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Congrats to Griffin Market Restaurant and Bar
Riccardo Bonino and Chef Laura Bonino were recently named by Wine Spectator Magazine as having one of the most notable wine lists in South Carolina. The restaurant specializes in Italian wines and many are quite affordable.

A French cooking class + Asheville, N.C. — What could be a better pairing?
You might have seen her on “Good Morning America” or heard her on NPR. Susan Hermann Loomis is the author of nine award-winning books, including the best-selling “French Farmhouse Cookbook.” She was born in America, but lives and has a very famous cooking school in Normandy, France, (so her classes are easily understandable for Americans).  She’s coming to Asheville, N.C., Sept. 11-13 for a three-day cooking class that will also explore the wonderful artisan food producers of Asheville. The price for the three-day class — which includes three hands-on classes, three meals, and a field trip with samples — is $1,200. The cost for an evening class is $295. To sign up and for questions, contact cookingclasses@onruetatin.com. To read more about Susan, visit www.onruetatin.com.

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