Rosemary & Thyme Cooking School

~An epicurean event~

 Welcome to Rosemary & Thyme

Join us for a class and experience cooking in an entirely new way


Chef Yvonne Lemire warmly guides and offers instruction, demonstrates, and shares insight that can only come from a deep-rooted love of cooking and baking, and an insatiable passion for all things edible.

Classes are hands-on, menus are creative and recipes are accessible enough even for the novice chef. Guests revel in their creations over a glass of wine from one of the surrounding wineries.

Gourmet meals are designed with the home chef in mind. Baking classes are filled with new and centuries old recipes you will want to share with your own loved-ones.
Unique and unusual flavors pair with the finest local and seasonal ingredients
to create a truly delectable, one of a kind dining experien
ce.
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Sainte Genevieve


G
uests who visit our Sainte Genevieve kitchen will be greeted in a bright, welcoming space located 
at one of the oldest sites in Missouri,
the Vital Ste. Gemme Beauvais House.

T
he kitchen is warm and inviting and perfect for a day trip. Daytime classes include a monthly "Ladies Who Lunch" menu, along with bread, cookie, and perfect brunch menus, to name a few
.

For those who just don't want to leave, you will be charmed by a stay at one of our many B&B's, 
located within walking distance of the cooking school. 

Evening and weekend classes include "Dinner Date" menus, "Girls Night Out ~ Chocolate" menus, glorious seasonal menus, and special Holiday classes.
Pair your cooking school experience with a trip to one of the surrounding wineries for an unforgettable weekend.

Classes at this location comfortably accommodate 8-10. Visit our
Schedule of Classes page to choose a menu offered at The Rosemary & Thyme Cooking School,
or contact us at 573.883.6644 to customize a class for your event. Reservations please.

Visit our Schedule of Classes page or contact us at 573.883.6644 to customize a class for your event.


"There is no sincerer love than the love of food."

~George Bernard Shaw































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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