$35 for a Group Cooking Class for One at Foxglove Cooking School in Crofton ($75 Value)

Foxglove Cooking School

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Chef Jenn demonstrates how to cook three dishes from start to finish during group classes; students taste each course and sip on wine

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Expires Mar 31st, 2013. Limit 10 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Only valid for date purchase. Must provide 72 hours notice of cancelation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$35 for a Group Cooking Class for One (a $75 Value)

During classes, Chef Jennifer Oliver demonstrates how to prepare, cook, and plate each dish while attendees watch, taste each course, and sip on wine. Each class includes an appetizer, entrée, and dessert, with themes ranging from 'Clueless in the Pantry' to 'Medieval Cooking' and 'Cooking with Wine'.

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Foxglove Cooking School

Rooted in the firm belief that cooking should not only be an experience and an art, the Foxglove Cooking School was founded by passionate Chef Jennifer Oliver. Her classes are designed for both beginners and seasoned gourmands, because Chef Jenn understands that everyone can enjoy cooking well, regardless of their skill in the kitchen. The school’s curriculum is diverse, ranging from medieval-themed cooking classes to stone-cold beginners’ lessons. All group classes feature super-fresh ingredients from nearby sources to help instill participants with an appreciation for beautiful, local cuisine. During sessions, Chef Jenn demonstrates how to craft three dishes, while students taste test each and place bets on how quickly she can mince an incriminating document.

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