On Sunday I attended a Technique Class at Williams Sonoma that was featuring the Mickey Mouse and Le Creuset Mickey cooking line. It had Mickey involved so I figured why not. It was the perfect girls morning to finally meet up with my friend Danielle that was also a Disney lover. So of course I had to add a little Mickey to my outfit that day.
I arrived not knowing much of what to expect. It was definitely more a demonstration as we stood behind the counter and watched. They were making Mac and Cheese which could be done in the Mickey Le Creuset Ramekins. The cost was $30 and included the Mickey Ramekin, and the recipe for the delicious Mac and Cheese to take home.
I have to say I actually learned some things from this demonstration, however in the terms of including Mickey it wasn’t there. I feel in some ways they dropped the ball on this. It would have been nice to see them bake or some how use the Mickey 90th Anniversary Le Crueset Cast Iron Oven, or even bake a portion or two in one of the ramekins. Of course it would have been really cool for them to find Mickey shaped pasta. It was to be a Mickey inspired class.
It was nice they had made a a batch of the Mac & Cheese before we arrived so it was cooking in the oven and ready to try. The cheese was fresh grated which truly changes the flavor of Mac & Cheese. This recipe was creamy, comfort food at its finest. You could also easily add in meat, veggies, whatever you really wanted to turn this into a full meal.
Would I recommend a technique class from Williams Sonoma itself yes! I wasn’t disappointed in the actual class just that they didn’t really make it more Mickey inspired. You can see a full listing of offered classes at Williams Sonoma near you here.
Shop the 90th Anniversary Mickey Le Crueset Line here.
Do you like to cook? Have you ever done a technique class or cooking class?