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Haven's Kitchen in Manhattan Employs an Old-school Teaching Pedagogy: Cooking with Intuition.

Unlike most cooking schools, classes at Haven's Kitchena 5-year-old school, cafe, and event space in a beautiful former carriage house in the middle of Manhattando not use recipes. Instead, instructors walk students through a game plan for the evening (a collection of Thai street food dishes, say, or a series of vegan cakes) then encourage students to look, smell, and touch the food while they cook it. "That way, they don't spend half of the class craning their heads toward a piece of paper," said founder Alison Cayne. "Cooking is an intuitive process. When students feel and taste something first-hand, they remember it."

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Author:Koenig, Leah
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Date:Apr 19, 2017
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