Sunday, August 10, 2008

Pasta Making Class - Review

So, I am happy to say that the cooking class I took at Williams Sonoma was pretty great! It was a small class of 10, and though I was a bit disappointed about not getting hands on, I sat right up front and asked a hundred questions...I feel it was totally worth the price of admission. The instructor was a great chef, the class was casual and the pasta recipes were so simple! Here some highlights:

1 comment:

Claudia said...

What a great idea! Williams-Sonoma and Sur La Table offer some fun and informative demonstrations/classes. Here's an idea for you if you want to get your hands in the mix. Consider hiring a personal chef for two to three hours. With his or her help you can design techniques you would like to learn, like knife skills or create a specific meal plan, like a low-carbohydrate, low-fat, or mediterranean, or even plan specific meals to prepare. It's great fun! It's in your own kitchen, and you get to be involved! It's a great way to learn.