Looking for a free cooking class in June 2011 in Chicago? Why not attend one of Williams-Sonoma’s popular free cooking technique classes to learn the art and science of cooking from their own culinary experts in June 2011. The next free cooking class offered is celebrating American BBQ “Memphis style” on June 12 — just in time for the summer time ritual! (Click at bottom for more info) 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 cooking 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.
June Cooking Technique Classes
CELEBRATE AMERICAN BBQ (THREE-PART SERIES)
Join us on a culinary tour of four popular barbecue regions–the Carolinas, Memphis, Kansas City and Texas–and explore the outdoor cooking styles of each area. This series of classes will feature recipes for regional food and drinks, along with tips for setting an outdoor table. Our celebration of barbecue will provide a wealth of ideas for entertaining family and friends throughout the summer.
CELEBRATE AMERICAN BBQ–MEMPHIS
Sunday, June 12
Our travels continue to Memphis, Tennessee, a region renowned for its barbecued ribs. In the second class of our series, we’ll discuss dry rubs and show you how to turn out tender ribs and infuse foods with enticing smoky flavor. Then we’ll round out the menu with some delicious regional sides.
CELEBRATE AMERICAN BBQ–KANSAS CITY & TEXAS
Sunday, June 26
Our final class in the series showcases Kansas City and Texas—both famous for their beef brisket. Learn how to combine wet and dry rubs as it’s done in Kansas City, and how to produce succulent, juicy meat in the Texas style. We’ll also discuss popular ways to serve barbecued brisket.