SHORT HILLS, N.J. -- Taking a class has never been so much fun -- not when students get to indulge in Ghirardelli chocolate desserts, vermouth chicken and peanut butter pie. This is why many of Kings Super Markets' customers enjoy going back to school -- cooking school, that is. The retailer's "cookingstudio" program is more popular than ever. While lessons have been offered for the last 10 years, interest has been growing over the last two to three years, according to an industry source. ...

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