cooking-school love


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  • Paula, a cooking-school instructor, made a special Chianti risotto with Swiss chard, mushrooms, pork and red onions and brought it over in a little red wagon to my house.

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  • The cooking-school package, which includes a coastal-view room for two nights plus the school, begins at $569 for one person and $849 for two.

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  • Actual memoirs coming next year include "The Sum of Our Days," by Isabel Allende, out in April, and in May, "We've Always Had Paris," by the cookbook writer and cooking-school teacher Patricia Wells and her husband Walter, about their life in France.

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  • She had taken lessons at a cooking-school, and knew how to make cake and candy.

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  • I'll teach you myself; '' and the Other Aunt said, ` ` Some day you shall go to cooking-school and learn everything; you know little girls can't cook. ''

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  • We will help, and perhaps we might put in just a few cooking-school things beside. ''

    A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl

  • But Margaret said, ` ` I don't want to wait till I'm big; I want to cook now; and I don't want to do cooking-school cooking, but little girl cooking, all by myself. ''

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  • This rule was given Margaret by her Pretty Aunt, who got it at cooking-school; it sounded harder than it really was, and after trying it once Margaret often used it.

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  • This was a cooking-school rule which the Pretty Aunt put in, because she said it was the best sort of pudding for little girls to make.

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  • You know, perhaps, the story of the Chicago cooking-school student who "had to make seven omelets in succession at home last night" because one egg would not make enough omelet for the family.

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