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Cooking Classes

Would you like to learn how to prepare a three-course meal like an award-winning chef?

The 2014 Winter Session of Learn From the Chefs at the Market starting up.

Now in its 20th year, the Dallas Farmers Market Friends event sponsored by The American Institute of Wine & Food benefits the Dallas Farmers Market where locals have been going for fresh produce since the 1941.

These demonstration classes are $25.00 each and are held on five consecutive Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You get to learn, get recipes and taste fine cuisine.

The first chef scheduled in the five-class session starting Sat., Jan 25, is Abraham Salum of Salum Restaurant. His theme is “A Taste of Regional Moles.”

The series continues into next month and includes Janice Provost of Parigi. On Sat, Feb. 1 the theme of her cooking demonstration will be Super Bowl Party Food.

On Feb. 8 Graham Dodds of Hibiscus will be cooking. His theme is Valentine’s Day.

Mark Wootton of Garden Café will be presenting “Heartwarming Dishes of Winter” on Feb. 15.

Jon Alexis of TJ’s Seafood Market & Grill will end the winter series on Feb. 22 with a Mardi Gras themed class.

The Dallas Farmers Market Multipurpose Room is at 1010 South Pearl Expressway, Dallas, TX 75201 (at Pearl and Farmers next to shed 1). Classes at fill up fast and are $25.00 each or $30.00 at the door. Reservations are required so that enough food is prepared for those who attend.

For more information go to or call 214-653-8088.

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