Attend one of Williams-Sonoma’s popular free cooking technique classes in Dallas to learn the art and science of cooking from their own culinary experts in May 2011 (click the link at the bottom for more information). The specific times may vary from place to place, and you’ll need to RSVP. Sundays are their cooking technique class days. Each class is dedicated to a specific culinary topic, from the best way to work with specific ingredients, cookware and tools to creative ideas for seasonal meals.
- Hour-long technique classes are free and include tastings of prepared dishes.
- Participants enjoy 10% savings on select same-day store purchases.
- Available at all stores; class times vary by store location.
- Class size is limited – call your local store to register.
May 2011 Free Cooking Class Schedule
Sunday, May 1
Nothing is more helpful to mom in the kitchen than a good knife and the skills to go with it! A sharp edge, the correct grip, proper food placement – these are all techniques utilized with good knife skills. With spring under way, the variety of fresh produce grows and your knife skills will be put to the test – learn how to make the most of this season’s best! We’ll cover serious slicing, dicing, and chopping as well as more advanced cuts such as chiffonade, juilienne and more! Join us as we teach basic knife techniques to practice at home to keep your culinary skills sharp!
ON THE GRILL: BURGERS & CHICKEN
Sunday, May 15
Memorial Day is just around the corner, and we’ll help you launch the summer grilling season in the most delicious way. In this class we’ll offer tips on preparing your backyard grill, and demonstrate how to cook juicy burgers and succulent chicken on the barbecue.
ON THE GRILL: STARTERS & SIDES
Sunday, May 22
You’ve already fired up the grill for burgers and chicken, so why not cook the rest of your meal on the barbecue, including some fantastic sides and starters. Discover how to grill vegetables to crisp-tender perfection, make an impressive grilled romaine salad, and prepare flavorful sauces and relishes to serve with the meal.