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Event News Sur La Table presents: Modern Thanksgiving with Bon Appétit Magazine

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“We’re proud to partner with Bon Appétit—the definitive authority on what’s current in the world of food, drink and entertaining—to teach you how to make classic Thanksgiving recipes with a twist and keep your meal exciting year after year,” the website reads. “You’ll work alongside classmates to make tested and approved recipes from Bon Appétit, with foolproof tips and timesaving techniques to help you cook with confidence.”

The class will take place Saturday, Nov. 18, from 9-11:30 a.m. and Sunday, Nov. 19, from 4-6:30 p.m. and costs $79 per person.

The menu will include:

— Figs with Bacon and Chile

— Easy Roast Turkey with No-Roux Gravy

— Blistered Green Beans with Tomato-Almond Pesto

— Duchess Baked Potatoes

— and Pumpkin-Caramel Tart with Toasted Hazelnut Crust

“First, you’ll learn how to caramelize (without burning, steaming, or sautéing) to make a sweet-and-salty one-bite snack. Then, you’ll roast a hassle-free bird that’s full of flavor, thanks to a super-easy dry brining method and no-roux gravy,” the website continues.

“Next, you’ll practice blistering green beans for the perfect seared, crunchy texture, and discover how to get perfectly smooth, make-ahead (yes, seriously) mashed potatoes. Finally, you’ll whip up a tart with a press-in crust and short bake time that’s guaranteed to cure pumpkin-pie fatigue,” the website explains.

Participants will receive a coupon for 10 percent off in-store purchases the day of class.

For more information click here.


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