This Week in Gluttony
These are the 5 best food and drink events in Dallas this week
This week seems to be all about helping the Dallas foodie become the best home chef that he/she can be. And if all else fails, order Asian fusion with a perfectly paired cocktail and call it a delicious week.
Tuesday, January 9
Cheers & Kanpai Pairing Dinner at RA Sushi Southlake
Always wondered how to pair sushi and Asian fusion fare with craft beer, sake, and wine? This unique pairing experience teaches you to order your drinks with confidence going forward. Tickets are $40 and dinner starts at 6:30 pm.
Wedneday, January 10
Healthy-ish Desserts Class at Sur La Table Knox District
Just because 2018 might be the year of healthy eating doesn't mean you aren't going to have a major sweet tooth every now and then. This class teaches you how to make treats that are sweet but not-so-sinful. On the menu to cook? Think orange pistachio biscotti, buttermilk panna cotta with dried fruit compote, and baked Hasselback apples with oat crumble. Tickets are $69 and the class starts at 11 am.
Friday, January 12
Seasonal Supper at Central Market Lovers Lane
Chef Sharon Hage leads this interactive cooking class, themed "Sensational Citrus," where you'll be seated in small groups and served family style. Enjoy insight on flavor profiles and essential ingredients from Chef Hage as she prepares the meal, which is paired with wine. Courses include avo-golemono soup, market fish, guinea hen, and citrus concorde and chocolate-bergamot. Tickets are $100 and the supper starts at 6:30 pm.
Saturday, January 13
Walkabout With a Chef at Dallas Farmers Market
Dallas’ best chefs share their recipes, show how to shop for the ingredients for their recipe, and demonstrate how to make their dish in The Shed. This is a free event that starts at 11 am.
Sunday, January 14
Dirty Dozen Cooking Class at Abacus
Enjoy learning all about flavors of the Mediterranean and Middle East with Christopher Patrick and other members of the culinary team. Get ready for lots of oils and spices and learn how slight variations can make all the difference. After a day of cooking and perfecting skills, guests get to take part in a decadent dinner paired with wine. Tickets start at $350, and the event lasts from 2:30-8 pm.