If you’re looking to learn more about wine, particularly the jammy or peppery varieties, Pappas Bros. is having a tasting this Friday. Explore some of their favorite syrah and shiraz glasses to find the ones you like for yourself.
When: 6-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21
Where: Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, 10477 Lombardy Lane (Northwest Dallas)
Learn how to make the wonderful sourdough bread in your own home. Kuluntu uses just three ingredients — flour, water and salt — to create this favorite carbohydrate. Each person makes their own loaf and receives a bread-making stater kit with basic supplies.
What: Artisan Bread Class
When: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22
Where: Bishop Arts (exact location upon ticket purchase)
Get a 90-minute pizza class with Dino Santonicola of Partenope Ristorante, learning all the best secrets to Neopolitan pizza.
What: Pizza Class
When: 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 22
Where: Partenope Ristorante, 1903 Main St. (downtown)
Tickets: $75 per person (through the restaurant’s website; click “book now” in the left corner, select Feb. 22, then “pizza class” at 11 a.m.)
Gabrielle Reyes of One Great Vegan will serve her Jamaican stuffed sweet potatoes for $15 a plate, and she’ll share some recipes. Everything served is 100% vegan, gluten-free and nut-free. Each plate comes with coconut Caribbean rice and peas, butter-roasted sweet potato, marinated jerk mushrooms and jackfruit, Jamaican purple stew and green onions.
What: One Great Vegan Pop-Up
When: 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22
Where: Lucky Mouth Grocery, 196 W. Davis St., Suite 120 (Bishop Arts)
Vuture Food is coming out from Los Angeles to share some vegan comfort food in this pop-up. Expect a variety of vegan crispy Chik’n sandwiches and loaded fries.
What: Plant-Based Junk Food
When: 2-7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23
Where: Celestial Beerworks, 2530 Butler St. (Medical District)
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