Sunday May 15 2pm-4pm
Fourth in a series of private classes taught by Shuna Lydon, this knife skills class will give you an overview of different knives and their usages, how to buy and hold a knife, and make useful and whimsical cuts. Practice using various knives and learn how to keep yours sharp. The class is a mixture of lecture, questions and answers, and practice. To see photos and descriptions of Shuna’s other classes, visit:
Chef Shuna’s Eggbeater web site.
Or contact her directly, shunafish at nospam earthlink dot net
- YOU MUST CONFIRM YOUR SPOT !!!
- >>>if you cancel up to 72 hours prior to the class, you will be refunded $15. If you cancel after this time frame, there will be no refund<<<
- The size of the class will be limited by the size of the kitchen. Thank you so much for your interest, I look forward to hearing from you!
Shuna Lydon is a fruit inspired pastry chef. Her style seamlessly links savory and sweet ingredients and methods, creating familiar and innovative desserts with a focus on local, seasonal and sustainable produce. Her career has spanned thirteen years, working in New York City and Northern California. She has worked in such notable kitchens as Gramercy Tavern in Manhattan, The French Laundry and Bouchon in Yountville, and Citizen Cake and Aziza in San Francisco.
Her work has garnered attention in The SF Chronicle, Gourmet magazine, among others, and her most recent press was as a featured chef in 7X7 magazine.
Shuna Lydon, most recently, has focused her attentions on teaching, privately and through Sur La Table, and working for different farmers and food artisans at the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market.