The School @ Mised Out

DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THE KITCHEN SCHOOL @ MISED OUT IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED. WE WILL RESUME CLASSES WHEN IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.

WE ARE CONTINUING TO UPDATE OUR CLASS SCHEDULE WITH THE HOPES THAT WE WILL REOPEN SOON. STUDENTS WHO PAY FOR A CLASS DURING OUR CLOSURE WILL HAVE THE CHOICE OF A REFUND OR CREDIT TOWARDS A FUTURE CLASS.

BE SAFE AND HEALTHY DURING THIS CHALLENGING TIME. WE LOOK FORWARD TO COOKING WITH YOU AGAIN SOON!


Set in a professional kitchen, The School @ Mised Out teaches three cooking lessons.


Cooking can be relaxing
Once you’ve mastered the basics

Sauté. Julienne. Braises, roasts, roux and deglazing. The list of things you need to master in the kitchen is seemingly endless. Stress in the kitchen is a result of a lack of confidence in the basics.

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Professional chefs use stages (internships at restaurants) to build up their skills. Happily, the rest of us have cookbooks which offer a rich and practically endless training ground.

Each class in the Cookbook Series at The School @ Mised Out is designed around a single cookbook. In these hands’ on classes, we’ll cook a number of recipes from a cookbook to master basic and advanced skills. A copy of the cookbook is yours as part of the class.

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Cooking can be creative
Master rules not recipes

They say that rules are made to be broken. We politely disagree. Rules are made to be followed – but which rules you follow, and in what order, are your decision as a serious cook. And that’s when real creativity blooms.

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Each class in the Culinary Genius Series at The School @ Mised Out explores one or more Mised Out originals. Because each recipe is based on a solid foundation of cooking basics, we spend a lot of time cooking and a lot of time exploring the rules and decisions that sit underneath the recipe.

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Cooking can change the world
It just takes knowledge, creativity and a bit of courage

Industrial agriculture – particularly livestock – is a major source of greenhouse gases. Changing what we eat, and therefore how we cook, is an important part of fighting climate change.

Veganism is a great choice. But it’s not our only choice. A diet that includes ethically raised livestock and a heavier emphasis on plant-based meals is an easy – and incredibly effective – approach to long-term climate stability. It’s also pretty delicious, and economical!

The School @ Mised Out

Each class in the Climate Series at The School @ Mised Out will look at ways to introduce this balanced approach to your cooking. Classes will use recipes to explore the differences between traditional and plant-based dishes. Sometimes controversial, often challenging – the Climate Series is sure to have you thinking! 

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