Having one fancy dinner is fine, but how about spending time together learning to make something you can both enjoy for years to come?
Chef A.J. Schaller, who’s worked in the Daniel kitchen, will lead an artisanal dessert tutorial on chocolate truffles and other bite-size pretty desserts, with wine pairings (of course). Feb. 14, noon, $75 per person, 13 E. 13th St.
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Spice up your Valentine's weekend as chef Hong Thaimee teaches a hands-on class on some of her favorite, simple recipes, including somtum green papaya salad; green curry and pad thai, followed by a group feast. Feb. 14 & 15, 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., $95 per person, 99 Third Ave.
Make ravioli and pesto from scratch, then enjoy it together over a bottle of wine or Champagne.Feb. 14 & 15, 10 a.m., $95 per couple, 227 Smith St., Carroll Gardens
Can’t go wrong with a classic: Learn to dip and decorate chocolate strawberries. There are also daily classes on the art of the truffle, chocolate bar and lollipop. Daily through Feb. 14, $75 per person, 221 W. 79th St.
Pitmaster Ash Fulk will lead a small, hands-on class in making sausage, from selecting the meats to spices and casing. You'll even learn to make the mustard to go with it. Several sausages will be sampled throughout, and Shiner beer will flow freely. Feb. 14, 2 p.m., $40 pp, $75 for a couple,345 Adams St.
Make ravioli two ways — a spicy king crab-stuffed entree and a heart-shaped chocolate, hazelnut and orange dessert — which you get to take home. For dinner, you get a glass of prosecco and a meal of the same dish, but cooked by the chef. Feb. 12, 7 p.m., $180 per couple, 75 Ninth Ave.
Chef Ivy Stark will hold a demonstration-style class on two dishes (including chile chocolate mousse) and spiked Mexican hot chocolate. Feb. 14,11:30 a.m., $75 per person, 373 Park Ave. S.
The Italian-focused school will hold two identical Valentine's classes teaching the techniques and recipes to make an entire meal. Dishes include ricotta gnocchi, chicken scallopine, a cheese souffle and a molten chocolate cake.Feb. 14, noon & 6 p.m., $335 per couple,40 W. 39th St.