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Wiliams & Sonoma March Cookbook Club

Love collecting cookbooks? Enjoy trying new recipes? Then you need to join Williams & Sonomaa for a Cookbook Club class. Led by their talented culinary experts,
each exclusive cooking class showcases recipes from a different featured cookbook.

 

I had the honor of attending the March one and didn’t realize how much FUN I would have. As you all know I cook up a STORM at home but what you may not know, I LOVE watching cooking demos and going to cook classes. 

 

The Cookbook Club classes are monthly at your local Williams Sonoma store (do give them a call though to ensure they are having the class as it’s possible some stores due to demand and location are not hosting the event. ). The details are as follows:• Each 1½ to 2-hour class features cooking tips and techniques and a three-course tasting menu from the book’s best recipes, prepared while you watch.

• Each 1½ to 2-hour class features cooking tips and techniques and a three-course tasting menu from the book’s best recipes, prepared while you watch.

• Each 1½ to 2-hour class features cooking tips and techniques and a three-course tasting menu from the book’s best recipes, prepared while you watch. You even get a copy of the cookbook (how awesome is that!?). 

• Participants receive a 10% discount on store purchases the day of the class.
• Space is limited and reservations are required.

 

This month’s chosen and featured cookbook was Oprah Winfrey’s first ever cookbook, Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life. As if Oprah did not have enough to add to her stellar resume, she can now add best-selling cookbook author. The book is absolutely beautiful with gorgeous pictures on every page. 

 On the menu for the evening was Garden greens with lemon vinaigrette, turkey lasagna, and coconut lime sorbet. I didn’t get to taste the lasagna but it looked divine and I really liked how this lasagna was made entirely out of vegetables. Yes, you read that correctly, NO NOODLES. Use thin slices of eggplant, zucchini, and celery root the lasagna was constructed. 

I loved how small and intimate the classes were. You are really able to follow along and understand. Questions are totally allowed so ask away. Thank gosh I came home late otherwise I would have started cooking right away. I had THAT much fun and was that inspired. I can’t wait until next months!

 

Head over to your local William’s Sonoma today and sign yourself up for Cookbook Club Pass!

 

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