Five Awesome Food Events in Dallas This Weekend, February 5-8

If your chocolatier skills get good enough then you too can make Chocolate Jesus
If your chocolatier skills get good enough then you too can make Chocolate Jesus
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The Kessler Baking Studio is holding a dark chocolate lover's workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to taste and compare different chocolate bars. Think Sideways but with nibs. There will also be demonstrations on how to make chocolate bowls, truffles, mousse and dipped berries.

What it be: Dark Chocolate Lover's Class (BYOB)

When it do: Thursday, February 5 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Where dat is: 1129 N. Beckley Avenue Dallas, Texas 75203

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Five Awesome Food Events in Dallas This Weekend, February 5-8
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Samir Dhurandhar and Wil Larsen of Nick & Sam's Steakhouse will be on hand at the Dallas Farmers Market as part of the market's cooking class series. The theme for this class will be "Lobster, Chicken of the Sea," or "Large Marine Crustaceans, Fulfilling the Role of Domesticated Fowls in Underwater Environments." The cost is $30 at the door. For reservations, call 214-653-8088 or visit aiwf.org/dallasftworth.

What it be: 2015 Winter Chefs Cooking Class Series

When it do: Saturday, February 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where dat is: 1010 S. Pearl Expressway Dallas, Texas 75201

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The key to a good breakfast in bed experience is that both participants must be conscious.
The key to a good breakfast in bed experience is that both participants must be conscious.
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Let's face it, last year's attempt at breakfast in bed just didn't cut it. Not that your sweetie doesn't appreciate a well-toasted Pop Tart and Sunny-D, but we know you can do better. The Second Floor chefs Andrea Maricich and Scott Gottlich, alongside mixologist Seth Brammer, can make you look like you really do care with their Valentine's Day breakfast in bed cooking class. Taste your way as you learn to prepare red velvet crepes, eggs benedict, lobster avocado omelet and more. Brammer will show you how to hand-squeeze Mimosas, home-cook Bloody Marys and bloom tea. The cost is $45 per person.

What it be: Breakfast in Bed Cooking Class

When it do: Saturday, February 7 from 1 - 3 p.m.

Where dat is: 13340 Dallas Parkway Dallas, Texas 75240

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Five Awesome Food Events in Dallas This Weekend, February 5-8
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There are plenty of fish in the sea, but there will be a few less after this Saturday, when Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill will continue its popular cooking class series. Participants will learn how to prepare three to four seafood dishes. Once the work is over, guests will get to taste the fruits of their labor, which will be paired with wine. The cost is $40 per person. Call 972.473.2722 for reservations.

What it be: Cooking Class at Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill

When it do: Sunday, February 8 from 3 - 4:30 p.m.

Where dat is: 4017 Preston Road Suite 530 Plano, Texas 75093

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Five Awesome Food Events in Dallas This Weekend, February 5-8
via Veritas Wine Room

Dallas Uncorked is throwing an Oscar watch party at Veritas Wine Room. The party will be hosted by Gary Cogill, former film critic and current film producer, who will lead a discussion surrounding 2014 Academy Award nominees. Tickets are $40 and include two glasses of wine, light snacks, an Oscar ballot and a chance to let Cogill know that his review of Bringing Down the House failed to recognize the lead characters' complex internal motivations. Proceeds benefit the Dallas Film Society and Cafe Momentum.

What it be: Dallas Uncorked Goes to the Movies With Gary Cogill

When it do: Sunday, February 8 from 6 - 8:30 p.m.

Where dat is: 2323 North Henderson Avenue, Suite 103 Dallas, Texas 75206

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