Hudson Valley Parent

HVP February 2018

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10 Hudson Valley Parent n February 2018 Just For Women ME TIME ! Stir up some fun at a cooking class Looking for a fun way to learn new skills in the kitchen? Tired of making the same meals and on the hunt for a fresh new recipe? Maybe you're just looking for a romantic way to spend an evening with your partner or a brand new way to spend an evening out with your friends. A cooking class is a great way to achieve all of that! Anna Frumes, chef and owner at the Borland House Inn in Montgomery, says her cooking classes are the right fit for everyone. "It's great for people of all experiences. From beginners to the very advanced, you always leave having learned something," says Frumes. Not sure what you are looking to cook up? Frumes assures there is something that every taste will enjoy. She says, "We offer three course meal classes with different inspirations like French, Italian or American cuisine. We also do baking classes around the holidays where we make pies." According to Fumes, private classes are available for groups for more than five people, but group classes can be just as fun!

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