Posts Tagged ‘cooking class

The New Faraday’s

In: Eating|Stuff

31 May 2013

(map) The new Faraday’s Kitchen Store opens tomorrow in Bee Cave, and it promises to be an event. The new store is bigger and better than ever, offering every pot, pan, gadget, knife, and appliance known to (wo)man and then some. Pomegranate-seed removal tool, anyone? The coffee area alone offers dozens of coffeemakers, ranging in price […]

(map) If you like to cook good food, or even better, eat good food, check out the hands-on classes here. Chef Myrna has some serious culinary chops, with experience teaching at Central Market, Whole Foods and on the Food Network. She’s also a cutup in the kitchen, cracking jokes as fast as

Cooking at Faraday’s

In: Eating

18 Jan 2013

(map) There are several reasons to love the Saturday cooking workshops at Faraday’s Kitchen Store: They’re short (one hour), just ten bucks, and you get to eat whatever’s featured, in tomorrow’s case, pizza! Above, Chef Katy demonstrates proper rolling technique for the pizza dough, which she also

Hands down, this is one of the best bargains in west Austin. Every Saturday, Faraday’s Kitchen Store holds one-hour cooking “workshops.” The classes are limited to 14 people, who gather round this counter. For just eight bucks, we enjoyed eggs Benedict and (to continue, click here)


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