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eNewsChannels NEWS: -- After being closed for several months, Cottage Cooking Asheville has re-opened, but classes look a little different now. They're even more intimate and guests will enjoy more of a demo versus hands-on experience.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Cottage Cooking, known for their dinner-party style cooking classes, has recently expanded into offering daytime baking classes. Founders, John Godts and Liisa Andreassen, recently attended some baking classes at the King Arthur Flour Baking School in Norwich, Vermont, and are excited to share what they learned.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Cottage Cooking, a cooking class business in Asheville, North Carolina, has recently launched a YouTube Channel to showcase a series of topics, including a behind-the-scenes peek into what happens before a cooking class, how the company got started, tips for making a tomato basket and more.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In response to multiple requests, Cottage Cooking, a cooking class business in Asheville, N.C., has decided to add off-site services. In the past, they've given on-site cooking classes in a private home (and still do), but now they're also taking the show on the road.
eNewsChannels NEWS: (ASHEVILLE, N.C.) -- Cottage Cooking, a cooking class business in Asheville, N.C., where their motto is, "Enter as strangers, but leave as friends," is excited to report that its guests will now be entering into a new kitchen. John Godts and Liisa Andreassen, owners of Cottage Cooking, had no idea that when they started their cooking class business less than two years ago that there would be such a demand for their services.
NEWS: Cottage Cooking Asheville is having fun getting the word out about its new business in N.C. It's taking its cooking on the road, in the water and underwater, in the woods and wherever else it can carve out a cozy place to cook. Cottage Cooking offers cooking classes in a 1915 cottage located just north of downtown Asheville.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: Ready to do a little culinary exploration in North Carolina? Let Cottage Cooking take you down a new path. Cooking classes are given in an intimate 1915 cottage located in downtown Asheville and staff caters to small groups of up to four.