Earlier this week, some of New York's best chefs flew down to Florida for the annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival. Among those in attendance was Elizabeth Falkner, who said she was eager to get back to Krescendo in Brooklyn. In fact, the chef said that starting next month she plans on starting classes (klasses?) at the restaurant that will continue through March. Final details are still being worked out, but they'll cover pizza, pasta, and dessert, and there's also a class called What's for Dinner Tonight? The classes will take place on weekend mornings and Mondays (when the restaurant is closed). "I love showing people how to make things," Falkner says. "It brings out a passion, and people love to get their hands in it."
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