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March 2000 Issue
Cooking Classes
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Have you ever had the urge to take a cooking class? Almost everyone has and, this month, we're asking you to share them. Do you dream of making fantastic cakes and pastries? Or do you wish you could whip up party menus without breaking a sweat? Or maybe you've always wanted to try your hand at sushi-making. Whatever you want to learn about, we want to hear about it. And, if you've taken a cooking course, please share your ideas about that too. We're also looking for pointers about where to find the best cooking courses. So, get typing and share your dreams, experiences and resources. We're really cooking this month!

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