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December 16, 2008

Maine Cooking Classes: A Cure for the Winter Blues

Winter is here, and what better way to warm up than indoors by the
fire (or stove)? Maybe by honing your culinary skills with a cooking
class or two. In our latest issue of Maine Food and Lifestyle magazine, we have some resources available for you to help cure those winter blues.

Try a course from one of Maine’s top chefs at a Maine inn, cooking school, or education center. Some we’ve referenced include Stone Turtle Baking & Cooking School in Lyman; Five Seasons Cooking School in Portland; Pairings Food and Wine Education Center in Winterport; Hartstone Inn in Camden, and Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School in York.

Be
sure to check out the article  “Maine Cooking Classes: From One-on-One to Just for Fun” by Jess
Strelitz. Included in this story about Maine chefs and their cooking
schools are some sample recipes you’ll want to try: Dried Apricots with
Boursin and Pistachios, Pork Tenderloin with Broiled Honey Glazed
Plums, Blackberries and Gorgonzola drizzled with Flying Dutchman
Reduction Sauce, and Apple Tart Tatin.

Why not give the
heartwarming gift of food and fun this year? Consider the gift of a
cooking class for yourself or someone on your list.

From the staff at Maine Food & Lifestyle magazine.

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