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We're thinking of signing up for this cooking class. Has anyone attended it and is it worthwhile?

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which class are you talking about Les?
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A class on wood fired cooking

Wood-fired Cooking offered by Elements of Taste - Sonoma County, CA
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Les, why don't you contact Mary Karlin and see what she says. Who is running the oven, how experienced they are, etc. Sometimes for our more experience wood-fired chefs, you need to know that the instruction is really good in order to learn some new things and have a good time.

Let us know what you find out.

I know that Mary has recently finished her book on wood-fired cooking, and it will be good to see how involved she is with Ramekins going forward.

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James,

After what I did to the chicken and ciabatta bread - an ape running the oven could give me tips

Mary will be teaching the class. They told me her book will be out in spring, I'll probably get a copy while I am there.

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Excellent Les. But don't be so harsh on the ape. :-)
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