Oh, my bad. I dissed Brussels sprouts. This is going to get me in big trouble with the other half of humanity, which adores the bitter little edible marbles. Anyhoo, even though I see a lot of announcements for cooking classes, this one caught my eye. Anything that’s being taught by a chef from Craft, the Dallas branch of Tom Colicchio’s New York restaurant, is undoubtedly going to be good. If anyone can redeem Brussels sprouts, it would be Jeff Harris, Craft Dallas’s chef de cuisine, who will teach an autumn harvest-themed class at Central Market in Dallas on Monday, Nov. 9 at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $65, and participants pick up tips on the following dishes: Pan Roasted Duck Breast with Turnips & Apple. * Whole Roasted Red Snapper with Orange, Fennel & Nicoise Olive. * Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Applewood Smoked Bacon & Apple Cider Reduction. * Roasted Assortment of Wild Mushrooms. * Hubbard Squash Purée. * Braised Red Cabbage. Check it out.
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