Mangia! Class teaches Italian cooking
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PUTNEY– Next Stage Arts Project will hold an Italian cooking class on Tuesday, April 25, from 6 to 9 pm, at Next Stage.

The class will be taught by acclaimed chef Linda Stavely. Entitled “An Evening in Tuscany,” the class will be a mix of demonstrating and hands-on making of a delicious dinner of Italian appetizers, entrée, and dessert. The class will dine together and wine will be included.

Stavely has been the premiere caterer in the Monadnock area as well as operating several culinary businesses in the last 40 years in the region. She has traveled and studied in France, Italy, Mexico, the Middle East, and the Caribbean, as well as studying at the Vermont Culinary Center. She has worked with Julia Child when she visited Dublin in the ‘90s. She is currently writing her first book on her food, travel, and catering adventures.

The class will be held at Next Stage’s recently completely renovated state-of-the art commercial kitchen, 15 Kimball Hill. The cost is $75, registration is limited, and tickets are available at nextstagearts.org.

For more information contact Maria Basescu, Executive Director, (802) 387-0102, or nextstagearts@gmail.com.
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