(Still good!) Craftsy: FREE Knife Skills Class (Online)

I wanted to remind you to check out Craftsy if you’ve not done so already. In addition to selling craft supplies of all kinds, they also offer online courses! This means you can learn how to quilt, sew, or cook – all from the comfort of your home. No need to schedule a sitter or pay for parking!

They also offer free courses as well and right now, one of these is a knife skills class.

Free Cooking Class - Knife SkillsHere’s a description of the class, from Craftsy:

Become faster and more accurate with your knife work, and create dishes that cook evenly and look truly professional. Guided by chef Brendan McDermott, you’ll explore proper hand placement and the four fundamental cuts. Learn to dice, mince and julienne a range of produce. Find out how to chop herbs without bruising them or losing flavor, and never again cry when cutting an onion. Uncover Brendan’s favorite shortcuts for working with butternut squash, pineapple, chiles, citrus and more. Discover the four knives every chef needs in their kitchen, and finish the course with a lesson on honing and sharpening your knives at home!

The class consists of 5 lessons, online support, and downloadable class materials. While there, you might take a peek at all the free online courses Craftsy has available!

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To take advantage of this freebie, head to Craftsy


Comments

  1. Jennifer says

    This sounds like a great stay-at-home date night idea for my husband and me. We have a one year old but since he goes to bed at 7 most nights, we have some free time together and have been looking for new things we can learn. Plus, I watch the show The Taste on Hulu and they always complain about the contestants knife skills. It’d be nice to be better than a competitor on a cooking show!

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