Everyone knows Montreal's got an eye for fine dining, and a sweet tooth. If there's one thing we can't complain about (unlike the weather) it's our variety of delicious cuisines.\nBut sometimes, it feels great to kick it back at home, put on some jazz, an apron and sheepskin slippers, pour yourself a glass of wine and cook your own dinner.\nIt gets even better if you actually make something worth eating. It's not as hard as you think.\nTwo years ago, I didn't even know how to boil an egg. Now I can consider myself a pretty good cook, having learned how to make sushi, eggs Benedict and pizza from scratch. (Which are my favourite threes). And you can too.\nCheck out these hand selected cooking classes from Montreal's very best culinary geniuses.\nAteliers & Saveurs\n444 Saint-Francois-Xavier\n$22 – $95 per class\nWebsite\nElliott Cohen Culinary Art\n$60- $80 per class\nWebsite\nAcadémie Culinare\n$50 – $250 per class\nWebsite\nAppetite for Books\n388 Victoria Avenue\n$90-150 per class\nWebsite\nCook and Date\n$80 – $200 per class\nWebsite\nLa Cuisine 514\n5475 Royalmount\n$60 per class\nWebsite\nphoto cred - La Guilde Culinaire\nLa Guilde Culinaire\n6381 Boul. St Laurent\n$60-$200 per class\nWebsite\nLa Tablée Des Chefs\n930 Boulevard Curé-Poirier E\nWebsite\nChef En Vous\n1751 Richardson, Suite 1.118\n$120 per class\nWebsite\nAnd, if you're single this Valentine's day, there's a special "singles" cooking class held with Executive Chef Joe Mercuri at a secret location that will be revealed next week.\nYou can register here.