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October 03, 2007

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nevia987

There are two types of cooking classes. First is the demonstration class where students observe the instructors while cooking and the second are the hands-on cooking classes where students actually cook with the instructor.

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Lindsay

Hi,

My daughter and I love your blog. She found while doing research for her pastry studies. We are coming to San Francisco in late December. Will you be offering any classes at that time?

Eileen Weiss

In the notes to the chocolate ice cream
recipe that will appear in my cook book
I note that the first time I made chocolate ice cream I used Scharffen Berger chocolate and the result was fantastic. The next time I couldn't find Scharffen Berger and the ice cream I make with the substitute was disappointing. I've learned to keep Scharffen Berger on hand.

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