Like everyone else who can't wait to get back to real travel, we've all looked into "virtual tours? i don't know....online cooking.....maybe it could work, i don't know"
Well this is the perfect introduction into that world, and there is no better person to enter that world than with Frank.
Of all our travels, Frank has been by far my wife's favorite tour guide - as he's not just a guide or in this case instructor, but a friend you a haven't seen in years. The class is over before you know it because the whole time you're just chatting with him.
Now the class itself -
1. Super simple to make. Super Quick to make. You don't have to set aside tons of time to prep before or cook after.
2. Frank's set up is amazing. He is like a little cooking show with two cameras, one on him, one on the counter so you can always follow along. So there is no awkward "hang on, let me adjust my camera to show you..." and during the class checking up on how ours should be looking. Plus...it's actually a good recipe. As we've learned from Frank's asado tour and Craft Beer tour, we expect nothing but excellence from him.
3.This is the part that gets overlooked, but you have to know he has gallon jugs of this stuff all over his house, but at no point did he have that 'here we go again, making the same thing over and over' There was no cutting corners or sloppiness or blah anywhere.
So with all of this said, if you're looking to enter the world of virtual cooking classes, this is *the* tour to start with.
and i know if frank had a monthly cooking class get together, i know my wife would be the first one to sign up.