Originally Posted by bbqstudio
Well, he has a staff of 20 people working there as well each table has one of his cook teams with them as well has he comes to each table while your doing prep. From someone that has been to the class I could say that I had as much 1:1 time and i wanted as well as he had open Q&A with him after each second of prep, meat and meal... I would ask people that have actually been to the class for their perspective on 1 on 1 time and I believe you will get the same opinion as myself.
My daughter sits in a college class with 100's of people in it so I guess it just depends on your learning style. Class might not be for everyone - it is expensive and it's the middle of nowhere, you might night like a TV persona or you might just not think you need it. All fair points - for me it will be something I never forget, well worth the money and great that I made new local friends.
Yeah, that is what they do to undergraduates, in classes for that have a lot of non majors in it. Funny thing, almost all graduate classes are small. As are most classes that are specialized for a particular major.
And the fact that they are over a semester and not two days.
So.... not really a direct correlation.
I just stated my opinion. I can have my opinion and you can think you got value for your money at the same time.