I live Palo Alto and am interested in developing my cooking skills and think I need a cooking course to take it to the next level. I'm comfortable in the kitchen and can follow a recipe but don't have the technical basics that I think I need.
Sur la Table, Whole Foods, Palo Alto Adult Education, Williams and Sonoma all offer cooking classes, but these are just one-off three hour sessions on how to cook two specific Spanish or Mexican or whatever dishes.
I want something that will take me through knife skills, sauces and then on to more substantial things.
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