Pizza Classes at Sullivan Street Bakery

20060911SSB.gifYo yo yo, New Yorkers. You might know Sullivan Street Bakery. You might know its delicious pizzas. You might not know how to make them.

Oh, but things could be different. Things could be better. You could learn how to make them.

How, you ask? Well, Sullivan Street is holding pizza-making classes, taught by bakery owner Jim Lahey. On the syllabus: Roman-style rectangular pizzas, as well as pizza bianca alla Romana, a six-foot flatbread seasoned with olive oil, coarse sea salt, and rosemary. The class is largely hands-on, with each student making dough and a pizza.

Where: Sullivan Street Bakery, Hell's Kitchen, 533 West 47th Street (b/n Tenth and Eleventh avenues) [map]
When: Sunday, October 8, 5 to 8 p.m. or Sunday, October 22, 5 to 8 p.m.
Cost: $150 per student
Registration: Dial 646-442-2398 or email colleen [at] sullivanstreetbakery [dot] com

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