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WHERE: Your local Williams-Sonoma store
TIME: Please call store for details
COST: Technique classes are free
Join Williams-Sonoma for a new series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store.

Their technique classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by culinary experts and featuring cuisines from around the world, classes include demonstrations and samples of prepared dishes as well as printed recipes you can take home.

Join for the entire series or choose your favorite individual classes. Class size is limited, and classes tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space today.

SUNDAY, MARCH 2
Easter Baking & Cupcake Decorating

Cupcakes are the perfect something sweet to enjoy at your Easter or Spring Celebration. Enjoy new recipes, inspired decorating ideas and sophisticated flavors while adding whimsy and childhood nostalgia with our cupcake ideas!


SUNDAY, MARCH 9
Soufflés

Take the mystery and intimidation out of making soufflés with this step-by-step class. We’ll teach you how to make a basic soufflé base, incorporate sweet or savory flavors and even how to make a frozen dessert soufflé.


SUNDAY, MARCH 16
Easter Egg Decorating

Easter egg decorating is a fun way to gather family and friends around the table for some creative quality time. In this class we will share best practices for correctly boiling eggs and great decorating ideas, including beautiful patterns that can be mastered in one sitting. Kids are welcome with an adult.


SUNDAY, MARCH 30
Cooking with Balsamic

Learn different ways to use this powerhouse vinegar. Balsamic can be used from appetizers, main dishes and even desserts. Experience a balsamic tasting and enjoy a delicious balsamic marinade, classic Italian vinaigrette and even a balsamic reduction for dessert.


SUNDAY, APRIL 6
Knife Skills

Fine tune your knife skills in time for spring and summer produce. We will teach you how to maintain the quality of your knives as well as traditional vegetable and fruit cuts so your plates “pop”!


SUNDAY, APRIL 20
Spring Pasta & KitchenAid Mixer

Learn how to enjoy classic fresh pasta by incorporate the flavors of spring. We’ll be making pasta from scratch, enjoying springtime recipes and providing seasonal variations.


SUNDAY, MAY 4
Breakfast for Mom

With Mother’s Day in a week, we wanted to share with you some of our favorite ideas for breakfast with mom. Learn the basics to waffle making, a delightful Ebelskiver and much more.


SUNDAY, MAY 18
Grilling 101

The first part in a three part series on grilling – we want to help you get ready for the grilling season. We will be covering everything from the essentials needed for grilling to different methods of flavoring, marinating and creative grilled accompaniments.

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