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Learning to Cook 101

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I’ve never cooked 101 (does it involve Dalmatians?), but I have no doubt it will be delicious if Julia Helton shows me how. The catering chef at East Nashville's Mitchell Deli, Helton intends this series of cooking classes for "people who know where their kitchen is located but have never really been inside." Students will start with eggs and move on to other proteins—and by the time the course is over, their chicken won't taste like the heel of a Dan Post boot. Helton's chief advice for the home cook? "Go slow and don't fret. There's a pizza man lurking around every corner to give you sustenance if you burn the family meal." Classes will be held every other week, with a mid-level class starting in September; the introductory class is $25. Reserve a spot by calling 426-9517 or emailing catering@juliahelton.com.
Every other Monday, 7:30 p.m., 2008

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