From Thomas Keller's MasterClass

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Back to teach his second MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller shares why he’s returned, and outlines the techniques he’ll teach you—and the philosophy you’ll use to approach all your learning in the kitchen.

Topics include: Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, and Sauces

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Back to teach his second MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller shares why he’s returned, and outlines the techniques he’ll teach you—and the philosophy you’ll use to approach all your learning in the kitchen.

Topics include: Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, and Sauces

Thomas Keller

Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, and Sauces

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Improve your skills in the kitchen

As a follow-up to his first MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller devotes his second cooking class to beef, duck, chicken, pork, and veal, and the techniques he uses to prepare them. Learn to sauté, pan and oven roast, braise, fry, and grill, and how to select the best cut of meat for each technique with confidence. Then, learn to make the stocks and sauces that are essentials in Chef Keller’s restaurant kitchens.

Reviews

4.7
Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Chef Keller just inspires me to try things I would not try on my own. I'm a true novice but with Chef Keller's (and others') lessons I also pull off some pretty good, and surprising, meals for the family. Great fun!

outstanding as ever. Chef Keller's style and method of explanation is the best.

I just love to see how these matters interact with their work. It is beyond explanation.

I really enjoyed Chef Keller's class, he has a wonderful way of teaching, he really gets his techniques across. He is so calm, what a pleasure it was taking his classes. There were a lot of French cooking terminologies I didn't know, till now, merci Chef! This is so far the best cooking class I have ever taken. Time to put these lessons to work!

Comments

Michael A.

I have done the first one and I cannot wait for this one. This will be my third and it has been fun!

MaryLisa N.

I really learned so many tips from the first Master Class and I know this one will be a great experience.

Mamta V.

I'm uncomfortable posting this potentially silly question, but here it goes....Chef Keller (and other professional chefs) "shuffle" their cookware back and forth on the stove instead of stirring with a spoon so as not to damage the food. I'm hesitant to shuffle my cookware for fear of scratching them. I've invested in quality cookware and would like them to last a long time. I realize I'm the scratches are on the underside which doesn't come in contact with food, but still...Am I alone on this? Thanks!

MIKE S.

Love to see you back with this latest Masterclass/ I look forward to seeing and learning as much as possible

Beasley

Wow! More TK? My wife and I gave Masterclass to each other for Christmas this year mainly for Chef Keller's class ... and there's MORE? Wow. I'm learning that when you find a cooking instructor or cook book where you enjoy their style, go with it ... it enhances the learning experience. My New Year resolution is to cook through as much of the Bouchon and Ad Hoc books as I can ... Thank you MasterClass for getting MORE Thomas Keller - he's a wonderful instructor and watching his attention to detail in his relaxed confident manner is such a treat. Can't wait to watch/cook through this 2nd set of classes.

Manuel V.

El primer curso fue fantastico, aprendí mucho, incluso hay preparaciones que ya integramos a los platos de la familia, gracias Thomas Keller , eres un gran maestro!! ...asi que ahora me devoraré este nuevo curso, pues ademas me encanta la carne..

Christopher M.

Ive been to his restaurant, Per Se, in NYC. It was literally the best experience of my life. The food is to DIE for. The service, A++++ and the atmosphere/view, is second to none. At the end of the meal, the head server took us in the back to check out the kitchen and take pictures! We even got to meet the head chef! Unfortunately, Chef Keller wasn't there, but the experience was still AMAZING. If you can afford to eat there, and you're in NYC... check it out!

Sonia M.

I'm so excited to take the second class. The first one changed the way I look at preparing the food. I loved the class so much I bought the cookware set. Can't wait!

Kim P.

I am also so excited that he did a follow up, lets hope it continues. I have to tell a story...............My husband and I do a drive 2 times per year from Phoenix AZ to Vancouver BC since 2010, Canadians we are with a love for the sun. We are fortunate enough to be able to spend time in one of my favorite places each travel, the half way point............. Yountville..............this is where I learned about our illustrious Chef. This past June trip home we were on our way from our Vintage Inn (where we stay) to dinner at Ad Hoc, always our first dinner stop upon arrival. When my husband nudged me and said, there he is!!! Walking towards us. Now I am in sales for 25 years and am never lost for words, nor am I star struck................however the cat got my tongue, I was completely at a loss but to watch him walk by, a polite nod as I missed my moment to say thank you for these classes and was he considering doing a second one? My husband was totally in shock and the rest of the evening I lamented about what I should have said or done, gotten a picture............I was so disappointed in myself, for to shake the hand of someone that one holds in regard, well. that is a memory to be cherished forever, a missed moment for me. However I do have very wonderful memories of our dining at Ad Hoc, Bouchon (both bakery and Bistro) and the French Laundry, I look forward to more as we will continue to do this drive with our beloved Bernese Mountain dog, (BTW, he is a welcomed guest on the patio at Bouchon). The French Laundry, if Victoria is still there, the lady who greets everyone upon their arrival, absolutely made my evening most spectacular! It was my birthday and we dinned from 9 pm until 2 am, the dining experience was something I could never have imagined. I left with so many goodies, our hands full, wandering back to the Vintage in, shoes in hand, giggling and laughing about an evening that left us both in awe! If someone can pass on my appreciation to her once again I would be ever grateful. Thank you again, I look forward to these next lessons!!

Brooke M.

I'm super excited to take this!!! I'm so glad he did another one. The first one was my favorite!