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Adam Schell, Chef/Author, Hosts Cooking Classes at Allyson's Kitchen

Cooking series with author/chef Adam Schnell

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The author of Tomato Rhapsody, Adam Schell, who happens to also be local and a chef, will be teaching a cooking series beginning July 21 at Allyson's Kitchen in the Old Mill. In the first of weekly lessons, Adam will teach participants how to make some of the meals/recipes found in his book. From antipasti to oven-roasted tomatoes, to caprese salad and grilled cheese/tomato soup--learn how to prepare a large variety of menu items during Adam's Confident Cooking Series.  


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