Here’s How to Take A Cooking Class with Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart holds up a whisk and a bowl.
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Ever wanted to learn to cook from a pro? Now, you can take a cooking class with Martha Stewart herself.

The iconic chef and DIY-creator is hosting cooking courses with Sur La Table for the holidays. The kitchenware store converted all of its in-person lessons to virtual formats which means that now, famous chefs—like Stewart—can teach them. Stewart will be teaching three courses with the first scheduled for Nov. 14 to coincide with the release of her newest cookbook Martha Stewart’s Cake Perfection. During the course, Stewart will teach attendees how to make carrot cake with white chocolate frosting. You can register for the class now over at the Sur La Table website for $49, and you’ll get a copy of Stewart’s new cookbook.

A white frosted cake sits on top of a table with a triangular piece cut out.
Sur La Table

Stewart will also be hosting non-baking based courses as well. On Nov. 20, you can join her for a Thanksgiving-based course making mashed potatoes, green beans, and an apple crisp. Then, on Dec. 10, you can have a holiday class. Sign-ups aren’t available for these classes just yet, but you can keep an eye on the Sur La Table website.

Of the courses, Stewart said in a press release, “As we head into the holiday season, I am thrilled to be hosting virtual cooking classes with Sur La Table. I look forward to sharing special culinary techniques and delicious recipes that participants can make to serve to their families and friends. This year’s holiday celebrations will surely be different than in years past, but we have many ideas and ways to keep traditions relevant and our families happy and well fed. Our classes are designed to be fun, inspiring, and useful.”

[Via Martha Stewart]

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