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Free Holiday Cooking Classes at Williams-Sonoma

While taking pre-holiday cooking classes is an option, a lot of folks don't have the cash to throw down for them -- especially if you're the one saddled with the Turkey Day grocery bill. Good thing the seasonal food technique classes at Williams-Sonoma are FREE

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We know. You've barely made it through pumpkin carving and candy buying, and now there's already talk of turkeys and stuffing and pumpkin pie. And don't even get us started on the yearly debate over fresh whole berry vs. canned gel cranberry sauce!

Hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for family or friends can be daunting, especially if you're not a well-seasoned cook (or if you have really picky in-laws!!). While taking pre-holiday cooking classes is an option, a lot of folks don't have the cash to throw down for them -- especially if you're the one saddled with the Turkey Day grocery bill. Good thing the seasonal food technique classes at Williams-Sonoma are FREE. 

Williams-Sonoma has three Thanksgiving classes left in their holiday series:

This Sunday, November 8 is our favorite: The Make-Ahead Feast. Learn how to whip up Thanksgiving Day sides in advance, so all you have to do is briefly pop them in the oven or microwave on the big day. And while everyone thinks you're slaving away in the kitchen, relax and have a glass of wine. 

They've also got a Thanksgiving Dessert class on Sunday, November 15, with pumpkin pie and more, and a Williams-Sonoma Thanksgiving Classics class on the 22nd featuring traditional holiday recipes. Class sizes are limited, so visit www.williams-sonoma.com or call your local store to reserve a seat.

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