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Dallas Farmers Market Announces Winter 2017 Cooking Classes

Grab a seat for one of the best culinary bargains in Dallas.

Do yourself a favor and sign up for one—or all—of the cooking classes that take place upstairs at the Market Resource Center at the Dallas Farmers Market. AIWF and the Dallas Farmers Market Friends have been putting on these demonstration classes for 22 years.

Classes are only $25 per class by Thursday in advance ($30 at the door). You can buy the whole series for $110. Do it by calling 214-653-8088. Or online.

Here is the upcoming talent:

January 21: Jeff Moschetti (The Ford Star)
Theme: New Beginnings, Eating Clean and Healthy for the New Year
January 28: Donald Chalko (Texas Spice at the Omni Hotel)
Theme: Texas Barbecue
February 4: Chad Houser (Café Momentum)
Theme: Modern Southern Comfort Food
February 11: Katherine Clapner (Dude, Sweet Chocolate)
Theme: Valentine’s Chocolate without the Wine
February 18: Dan Landsberg (Dragonfly at the Hotel ZaZa)
Theme: Late Winter Harvest

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