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AndyFood Mission Statement

At AndyFood our goal is to teach the art of cooking and create memorable food experiences. We seek the benefit of a global supermarket combined with local ingredients. Our passion incorporates classic technique, comfort food favorites, time-honored recipes, and food trends. Our inspiration is ongoing and evolutionary.

Everyone has something to teach; everyone has something to learn.

AndyFood is just like a house kitchen...on steroids!

Andy has been teaching people to cook since 1998.

AndyFood opened in 2003.

"Bad cooks - and the utter lack of reason in the kitchen - have delayed human development longest and impaired it most." -- Nietzsche

With Haroses, "Fruit and Nuts" are more than the sum of their parts...

Every year I make Haroses for Passover, and even though I have a recipe I give out I never actually follow the recipe.  I always use dried apples, raisins, dried apricots, and a variety of nuts, but the exact makeup changes every year. This year my riff includes macadamia nuts, which will be a first.  Why?  Because 1) I think they'll taste good and 2) I have a huge container of them just screaming to be chopped fine and added to the sweet, sticky concoction that will become my breakfast for a couple of weeks.  My Haroses is sweet, nearly a confection, and the few times I've made it out of season I've served it as a dessert.      

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AndyFood: A Culinary Studio
"Taking a cooking class at AndyFood is like cooking in your friend's home. You know the one, the fabulous cook with an eye for design and a killer kitchen? For eight years Andy Broder and his team of cooking teachers have been showing us how to sauté, sear, braise and bake our way from novice to accomplished cook. Whether it's a pasta workshop or the art of French pastries, AndyFood helps us sizzle in the kitchen."

Change ... it's in the wind

After 2014 AndyFood won't be offering public classes ...

It's the direction we've been headed ...

(That's why we stopped selling gift certificates in 2013)

So ... use your gift certificates before the end of the year!

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