Maxime Bilet Cooking Class: Creating the Pièce de Résistance
The Flavor Intensive Series this month features a selection of dishes that have received the highest raves from our pop-up dinner series.
In "Creating the Pièce de Résistance," Maxime Bilet--coauthor of Modernist Cuisine--and Andy Nhan will teach you the secrets to creating intense flavor using modern techniques for the home kitchen.
Participants will enjoy a full meal that they will have a hand in helping create, while Maxime and Andy demonstrate methods new to most students.
Doors will open at 6:45 p.m. and class runs from 7-10 on both April 10 and 11. We're also tentatively offering a Saturday afternoon class from 11:30-1:30 on April 12, based on interest.
***Classes are limited to 10 participants each day so we can give full attention to each guest and have plenty of time to answer questions.***
Do I need to bring any knives, aprons, etc...?
We will provide everything. Just bring your wonderful selves with open minds and palates.
Should I have previous cooking experience to enjoy the class and learn something that I can apply to simple, everyday cooking?
You don't need any previous cooking experience and shouldn't feel an aversion to attending if you believe you're a bad a cook. You'll be surprised how quickly you can pick up a set of confidence building skills if you're given a chance to taste, learn, and interact in a comfortable setting.
Is there parking at Art for Food?
After 5 p.m. street parking is easy to find and costs $4.00 an hour until 8 p.m.
Art for Food (View)
1001 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
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