A cooking skill set makes life exponentially better.

We firmly believe that having a cooking skill set adds a significant dose of joy to our lives. Not only does home cooking offer numerous benefits for our health, finances, and the environment, but it also serves as a gateway to forging connections and expressions of care for others.

As Tamar Adler says - Cooking is both simpler and more necessary than we imagine. It has in recent years come to seem like a stress to juggle against other stressors, instead of what it can be - a clear path through them.

Our Founder

Kelly Singer's immersion in Parisian expat life ignited her passion for food. Amidst the bustling aisles of the Marché des Batignolles, she embraced the art of seasonal eating, while her neighbor imparted the secrets of roasting the perfect chicken, and she discovered the enchanting magic of lingering dinner parties that stretched late into the night. Upon returning to the States, Kelly found herself yearning for the vibrant food culture of France. It dawned on her that many Americans lack fundamental cooking skills unless formally trained or fortunate enough to receive guidance from a caregiver. Recognizing an opportunity, she leveraged her corporate operations experience from Toyota to develop a structured learning system catering to aspiring home chefs. Thus, Skillette was born, aimed at equipping individuals with the precise skills necessary to excel in the kitchen.