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Basic Knife Skills

Class Date:

September 14, 2020

Class Time:

6:00 pm

Class Location:

Salt Lake Culinary Education

An essential class for beginners as well as those who may want to refresh their skills.  The fundamental skill needed to cook and prepare food is proper knife work.

SLICE’s Chef will go in depth into this fundamental skill needed to cook and prepare food.

  • How to choose the right knife for you
  • How to keep a sharp edge on your knife
  • How to properly grip a knife
  • What knife is right for the job you are doing
  • Fundamentals of knife work-slice, dice, mince…
  • Enjoy cooking a dish from the foods students have practiced on

Once you master proper knife skills, cooking will become easier and more fun.

*Please be on time, in comfortable attire and closed toe shoes and face masks are REQUIRED.

Cancellation Policy:

Please note that we no not offer refunds but honor a 72 hour cancellation policy in order to reschedule your class reservation or receive store credit.

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Class Location:

Total Seat: 10 (0 Left)

Class Schedule Details

  • September 14, 2020
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Your health and safety are extremely important to us.

We are taking every precaution to ensure a safe and sanitary kitchen and classroom environment. We regularly clean and disinfect our facility throughout the day and class sizes are currently limited to practice proper distancing. All staff is required to wear a face mask. We are doing everything we can to keep our guests and SLICE team safe, and are asking for your help with these additional precautions:

  • Upon arrival, you will sign in and have your temperature taken at the front desk. Any guests with a temperature over 100 degrees will be asked to go home.
  • You will be required to wear a face mask and gloves during the prep and cooking segments of class. You will be allowed to remove your face mask once you are seated at a dining table.
  • Please wash your hands upon arrival and after touching your phone, your face, door handles, and other surfaces outside of the kitchen.