Friday, July 9, 2010

Summer Cooking Class Schedule at The Cook's Warehouse

From Jim Brams @ Cook's Warehouse



ATLANTA, July 9, 2010 – The Summer 2010 class schedule has been released by The Cook’s Warehouse with its usual depth of cuisine and subject matter.

From “Simple Cooking 101 – Say Hello to Your Stovetop” to advanced, hands-on classes with local chefs, there are 150 classes to pick from and one for every age level and interest in this quarter’s classes.

Well-known local chefs – including Ron Eyester of Rosebud, Justin Keith of Food 101 and Jay Swift of 4th and Swift – will be at the head of a class, and visiting chefs include Giuliano Hazan of the famous Italian cooking family who will teach as well.

As far as cuisines, students may choose from Indian, Italian, sushi with sake, Thai, vegetarian, Panama, Mexican and seafood.

Also available are lessons in a variety of subject-oriented courses from Big Green Egg (grilling), no-cooking dinner parties, tailgating, tapas and hors d’oeuvres, pizza, one-dish dinners, salsas and sauces, pasta, or lemon and lavender, among others.

There are technique classes such as canning and preserving, dehydration, fondant, pâte à choux and eggs.

Although most classes include wine after cooking demonstrations, there are strictly “Wine” and “Wine and Food Pairings” classes as well.

And there are even kids’ classes and kids’ summer camps for ages 3 to 5, 6 to 9 or 10 to 17.

The Cook’s Warehouse ( ) is greater Atlanta’s premier gourmet cookware store and cooking school with three locations in Midtown, Decatur and Brookhaven. It offers more than 15,000 products for the kitchen and operates the largest avocational cooking school in the Southeast, conducting more than 600 classes yearly, often taught by local chefs, and has a large web-based delivery-by-post site.

Owned and operated by founder Mary S. Moore, The Cook’s Warehouse also retails high-end appliances; conducts private cooking classes for unique celebrations and corporate events, and is a pro bono partner with virtually every major cooking event and gourmet association in Atlanta.

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