At this weekend’s Williams-Sonoma free cooking classes, we’ll be tackling healthy cooking tips, from tips on making the most of ceramic cookware for adults to fun spiralizing ideas for young chefs.
Just what is ceramic cookware, and how does it differ from traditional nonstick? Join us on Sunday, January 10 to learn how to cook with our new ceramic nonstick cookware, which feature an aluminum core for precise, even heating and a ceramic interior for quick release and easy cleanup. See how these tools perform completing tasks from frying eggs to sautéing vegetables to braising meats.
On Saturday, January 9 at 10 a.m., Junior Chefs will get acquainted with the spiralizer, a tool that transforms fruits and vegetables into an array of different shapes. Kitchen-loving kids ages 8-13 will learn how to make fun shapes with this cool tool, from spiral cuts to long, thin noodles.
A few things to note:
- These hour-long classes are FREE and include tastings of prepared dishes.
- Participants enjoy 10% savings on select same-day purchases.
- Available in all stores; class times vary by store location.
- Class sizes are limited so call your local store to register.