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Spring Dallas Farmers Market Chefs Cooking Class Series Announced

It’s time for the 2015 Spring Session of the stupendous Dallas Farmers Market Chefs cooking series. Here is the lineup for the sessions.
By Nancy Nichols |
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It’s time for the 2015 Spring Session of the stupendous Dallas Farmers Market Chefs cooking series. The events, presented by the Dallas Institute of Food and Wine and the Dallas Farmers Market Friends, take place on Saturdays from 11:30AM-1:00PM in the Market Resource Center (1010 S. Pearl Expwy.).

These informative sessions are lively and fun. Once they’re done, you’ve got the newly renovated Dallas Farmers Market literally at your feet. Here’s the line-up:

April 18 Lan Nickens Chamberlain’s Steak and Chop House Theme: Spring into Spring with Texas Kobe

April 25 TBD

May 2 Salvatore Gisellu Urban Crust Theme: Spring Has Sprung

May 9 Helen Duran Chef/Culinary Trainer Coppell ISD Theme: My Mother & Me–Stories & Recipes

May 16 Rich Rogers Scardello Artisan Cheese Theme: Cheese and Seasonal Pairings from the Market

Classes are $25 each ($30 at the door). Purchase the whole series for only $110. PayPal link is here. Website is here.  More information at the end of this landline:  214-653-8088. Tell the nice man at the sign-in desk that SideDish sent you.

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