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A Cooking Class Weekend

Clockwise from top left: Sara Moulton, a few lucky past attendees, Ted Reader, Susie Middleton, Gerald Hirigoyen.

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UPDATE. If you, like me, were looking forward to this year’s Fine Cooking Epicurean Classic in St. Joe, Michigan, then you too will be disappointed to learn that it has been canceled. (For more information go to the event’s website.) The good news is that we’ve already started talking about what’s next, and I can guarantee you it’s going to be even better—so stay tuned for an update soon!

We’re just a little more than two months away from the Fine Cooking Epicurean Classic, our three-day bonanza of chefs and cookbook authors and artisans and winemakers, all coming to teach and cook and eat with you (and me!) on the shore of Lake Michigan, in the town of St. Joe. I’m not sure I can wait, since we’ve got an impressive list of presenters signed on. You’ll find Abby Dodge demonstrating super easy, super delicious desserts that have only four ingredients; Molly Stevens making a classic bistro menu; Pam Anderson revealing the secrets of one-dish entertaining; and Susie Middleton making the most of summer favorites like tomatoes and corn and zucchini. The wonderful Dorie Greenspan will be there, too, as will Sara Moulton, Eileen Yin-Fei Lo, Deborah Madison, and Rowan Jacobsen (I’ll get the enviable chance to lead him in a discussion of his brilliant new book, American Terroir). And that’s just a start. Stay tuned for updates and news.



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  • teach2 | 07/02/2010

    What a fantastic way to celebrate my husband's fine cooking. He now is the fulltime chef in our family! He is a master in training with more than 200 cookbooks every cooking magazine to read and use. He was the one who gifted me lessons from James Beard, Jacques Pipin and others, now it's my turn to gift him!!!!!What a surprise this would be for a belated birthday present! Pick me and you'll have a winner!

  • gram2ike | 07/02/2010

    I work for our church which has a wide varieties of events through out the year that I need to cook for. I am always looking for research material (i.e. cookbooks and magazines) and something new and interesting to serve the people. I have come to enjoy Fine Cooking magazine. The Epicurean Classic would be an great opportunity to do "research" in the quaint town of St Joseph here in our great state of Michigan.

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