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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
April 18, 2012
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   Sheri Tripp, Marketing Manager
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Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School Announces Spring/Summer 2012 Class Schedule
More than 150 classes offered


York, Maine — With classes beginning in May, the Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School will offer more than 150 courses during the four month schedule.

"We are very pleased with this season's course offering," said Jonathan King, President and Creative Director. "We offer menus that tailor to each season and incorporate new ideas from various talent and current cooking trends."

A variety of courses ranging from traditional Maine lobster to a week dedicated to Julia Child are available including brunches, cookbook signings, luncheons and dinners.

Notable chefs scheduled to appear for cookbook signings and instruction include:

Dana Moos, The Art of BreakfastMay 27, July 8, August 12
Cathy Walthers, Raising the Salad BarJune 9
Kate Shaffer, Desserted: Recipes and Tales from an Island ChocolatierJune 14
Mark Gaier & Clark Frasier, Maine ClassicsJune 23
Linda Carucci, Cooking School Secrets for Real World CooksJune 29 and June 30
Sara Foster, Sara Foster's Southern KitchenJuly 20 and July 21
Betty Rosbottom, Sunday BrunchJuly 28 and July 29
Dave Martin, Flavor Quest, Volume 1 & 2August 9 and August 10
Virginia Willis, Basic to Brilliant, Y'allAugust 24 and August 25

For complete details and to download the Spring/Summer Class Schedule, please visit www.stonewallkitchen.com/cookingschool

About Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School Located at the Stonewall Kitchen Company Headquarters in York, Maine, the Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School offers great food and clear, concise instruction in a relaxed, comfortable and friendly atmosphere. With an incredibly talented and entertaining staff, the Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School also invites noted restaurant chefs, cookbook authors and cooking professionals from across the nation to come to Maine and demonstrate their talents in the school’s state-of-the-art classroom.

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