RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- With culinary students intently bent over their cutting boards in the cozy wood-paneled kitchen, an in-store cooking school is an appetite-whetting attraction at the new D'Agostino supermarket here. "The cooking school is a major curiosity," confirmed Tony Wys, a butcher in the meat department at the D'Agostino unit. "It's a way to introduce shoppers to things they ordinarily wouldn't buy because they don't know how to cook them or what to do with them," said Rick ...

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