Monday, June 22, 2009

Do you dream of Traveling to France for Cooking Classes?

On Rue Tatin West Vashon Island, WA
Two-day class August 20-21, 2009
Evening classes August 21 and 22

Dream of traveling to France to cook?

Well, this summer France is coming to you! Susan Herrmann Loomis of On Rue Tatin, internationally recognized chef and cookbook author, is coming to Vashon Island, WA to share her love of France and her expertise in French cooking through hands-on cooking
classes in the lovely home of Steve and Cindy Stockett on Vashon Island.

Don’t miss this chance as Susan guides you
in the preparation of authentic French dishes, using the finest local and seasonal
ingredients procured just for you. With her focus on French technique and her joy
in the kitchen, a good time will be had by all as you prepare, then sit down to enjoy,
your authentic French meal.

These very special classes, which includes special tastings, hands-on classes with meals and more is filling up quickly, so please enroll now.

Call toll free: 1.866.369.8073 or email: or sign up here
Cost is $500 USD per person per two day class (Aug 20-21); fee includes cooking
classes, instruction and multi-course meals, with cheeses and wines.
Also available - evening classes August 21 OR 22, $250 per person per class evening class with tastings, followed by a five course meal.

Menus for each class will be different, so if you’d like to sign up for all four, you'll learn something new each time!

As always, each class will focus on French technique, as well as the finest local ingredients. We will do tastings of specialty ingredients, and will taste both local and French wines, as well as artisanally made cheeses.

ABOUT SUSAN HERRMANN LOOMIS - As an internationally-recognized expert on food, journalist, and trained chef, Susan has a depth of knowledge and an appreciation for the rich traditions around food. Susan believes that learning about cooking and food should involve much more than recipes and techniques. She delights in meeting and introducing the personalities and customs behind the great cuisines of France, where she has lived for twenty years. Susan is the author of six cookbooks, the most
recent of which is Cooking at Home On Rue Tatin (William Morrow).

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