If you've been taught by supermarket soothsayers that soon no one will be cooking at home, maybe you should go back to school. Cooking school, that is. Study after study indicates that consumers want help from retailers in their quest to prepare meals more quickly. And while nearly all stores seem to be trying out their own home-meal replacement schemes, a select few are also concentrating on providing something different: classes where customers can pick up some new recipes, polish ...

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