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Discover New Holiday Flavors with Cooking Classes at Easton

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The holiday season is here and it’s time to cheer! With so many family gatherings and parties with friends in store, the holidays are the perfect opportunity to brush up on your cooking skills and whip up a new recipe or two. From cooking classes to places to stock up on supplies and ingredients, Easton makes holiday meal prep easy with the help of these retailers.

Give Thanks for Cooking Classes

Practice makes perfect! That’s why cooking classes at Easton are a great way to prepare for the months of meals ahead. Check out the following cooking classes to help you hone your holiday cooking and baking skills.

Cooking Classes at Sur La Table

Sur La Table at Easton does it all with classes that cover a spectrum of topics for all skill levels. Be sure to check out Sur La Table’s website for a complete list of available courses occurring multiple times each week. Here are just a few classes they have coming up:

  • Effortless Entertaining
  • Date Nights
  • Thanksgiving Essentials
  • Cast Iron Cooking
  • Italian Comfort Food

Cooking Classes at Williams-Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma at Easton has a wonderful selection of classes for all ages, featuring a cozy open-dialogue style of teaching. With an emphasis on holiday-inspired dishes and cooking skills for beginners and experts alike, there is plenty to find here. Check out the many free classes available on the Williams-Sonoma website. In addition, many courses come with the added bonus of take-home goodies, such as cookbooks or kitchenware! Some of Williams-Sonoma’s highly anticipated classes include:

  • Thanksgiving in an Instant
  • No-Fail Thanksgiving Side Dishes
  • Martha Stewart’s Holiday Cookie Perfection
  • Frozen II Cookie Party
  • Gingerbread House Decorating

Additional Food Items for Thought

Whether you are in search of fresh ingredients to accompany your new recipes or are simply doing some weekly meal prep, Easton has you covered. With stores like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s that specialize in healthy shopping solutions. And if Turkey Day happens to be at your house this year, Costco is the perfect one-stop-shop for every host or hostess in need of food, décor and more!

There’s a lot to experience this season at Easton, including some seriously delicious and fun ways to prepare for the year’s biggest and best meals! Have you been to a cooking class at Easton before? Tell us about it in the comments below.

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