BELLEVUE, Wash. (FNS) -- Supermarket culinary programs have become more than just cooking schools to the shopping public. They've become centers of education on eating habits, health and diet, as well as a destination for social interaction. In consumer lingo, it's an "event." Retailers have responded by expanding the scope of their curriculums, offering a greater variety of courses, ranging from cooking basics to the health properties of olive oils to wine-and-cheese pairing parties. In so ...
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