Post # 1
“Cooking is like love. It should be approached with abandon.” Julia Childs
(and a big mallet!)
Hey ATL bees! (and friends from all over GA and neighboring areas)
Just wanted to stop in and say hello and let you know of two fun classes that are offered at the Apron Strings Cooking School in alpharetta at their Publix!
Temping foods, and interesting recipes! So….let’s vote on which class and which day! One class is called “Springs’ Fresh Flavors” and the other class is called “Flavors of Peru”.
You can vote for either class, on a thursday night or on a saturday night.
I will give four options for you to vote on. Please go check out the Publix Apron Strings Cooking School site here: http://www.publix.com/aprons/schools/Alpharetta/Calendar.do?childId=201102
Look at the dates and then click on each of the two classes and then vote on which class/which day you’d like!
The cost of the class is the same for both classes, $40.00!
So ladies, go find a cute apron, get a notebook ready, and channel your inner Julia! We’re off to COOKING SCHOOL!
*note, only vote if you are going to attend this and are from the ATL or close area. Also please include your response below..I guess Julia could say instead, to leave your r.s.v.p. bon soi!
(Thus, if you vote and do not respond below, we cannot verify you are coming or who is coming. Only votes with a response will count)
Post # 3
Attention lovely second voting ATL bee..let me know who you are and your thoughts!
Please not only vote, but place your response down here!
This is going to be such fun! I am seriously going to go buy a fabulous apron for this!
This one is really cute btw.
Love the matching mitt! I’ll only bring one if I find out we actually cook. I’ll give them a call tomorrow to find out ladies 🙂
Post # 4
The Flavors of Peru sounds delicious! Sad I can’t make it!
Post # 5
Wish you could be there! That menu does sound amazing. My hubby though, loves strawberry and rhubarb pie, so I kinda want to learn how to make that one from the “spring” menu.
Post # 6
I’ll be working the 17th and 19th, but can make the first and last classes :). My vote is the March 10th class. Hope I can make it; I’ll have my apron ready!
Post # 7
- Wedding: April 2011 - AnthonyÃ¢Â€Â™s Fine Dining
I can make any of them, but I’d REALLY prefer not to do the 26th (too close! eeee!) I’m gonna abstain from voting and see how this goes down 🙂 Can’t wait to see y’all there!
Post # 8
So glad you’re going to make this! I am bringing you, Ms. Lioness, a pre-wedding cupcake btw! Can’t wait to see you before the big day!
So glad there seems to be alot of interest so far in attending, despite this being a weekend, with usually lighter postings!
Let’s go and have fun! Personally, since we’re all doing a cooking school outing this time, it has certainly piqued my interest in becoming a better cook and I find myself really watching the Food network! lol!
Either class would be amazing, as the menus sound wonderful! I heart Publix too! Best tea you can buy at a store! Plus I love their bakery *used them for my sons’ last 5 birthday parties too!
I am going to talk to the mgr this week, and see if we can get any freebies for bringing a group of brides to bee to a cooking class…give it the ol’ college try!
Post # 9
I voted for the 17th. Miss Lioness and I are date twins, so I sort of agree that the 26th is pretty close to the wedding. My girls’ night is the 19th, so I hope that we pick one of the other three days!
Post # 10
The winner is….the “Flavors of Spring” on Saturday March 19! Please let us know if you are going to make it! Place your R.S.V.Bee below! We’re so excited about our going to COOKING SCHOOL!