Cooking class lets students cook in immigrants' homes

Students in a Bay Ridge cooking class are learning to cook food in a very unique way.



According to its website, the League of Kitchens "is an immersive culinary adventure in NYC where immigrants teach intimate cooking workshops in their homes."



While New York City has no shortage of dining choices, the class's students say the concept is unique.



"It's never quite the same as someone's home cooking and this is just delicious," says Roxanne Raja. "I'm always craving new flavors and something that breaks me out of the monotony of what I have every day."



Students say the best part of the lesson is the classroom environment and being taught in a private home.



Other League of Kitchens courses include Japanese, Bengali, Indian and Uzbek.


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