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A Cook's Cafe is now celebrating its 13th year in business!! Thank you Annapolis. Be Sure to Read My Special Note About 2014 Cooking Classes.
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New 2014 Cooking Classes listed
The Four Week Julia Child Mastering the Art of French Cooking Class is now posted on the Class Schedule Page.
Please Call the Cafe to make your Reservations.
Reservations in the 2014 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is now open. Take advantage of the early enrollment price of $725 for the 25 week season by signing up before March. Our outstanding provider again this year is One Straw Farm.
The Early 2014 Cooking Classes at A Cook's Cafe could potentially be the final round of Classes that I will offer at the Cafe.
If you have always wanted to take the very popular Stocks and Sauces class or the The Basics - 6 Week Class this will probably be your last opportunity.
I have been teaching classes at my Cafe for 12 years now, have met many great people -- a true cross section of Annapolis -- and have hopefully stimulated many to either begin cooking or re-engage cooking in their own kitchens. As many of you know, I have three outstanding daughters and four special grandchildren -- one of whom has special needs as well. She needs her grandpa in her life even more than I have been able to give, I am up and back to Philadelphia often...so I have decided that I need to find more time to be with her and therefore bringing to an end classes at the Cafe.
So now is the time to take that class you have always wanted to take!
Those of you that have been given single-class gift certificates can apply their value to one of the series if you wish, or select an individual class on Wednesday nights for now. As you will see when you view the Class Schedule page -- the calendar only goes down partially into January. There will be additional opportunities with additional classes to be able to use your certificates or take some classes into late January, February or into March -- so don't worry, you will have your opportunities for redemption.
I will be happy to discuss this with any of you. Sometimes, little girls just need their grandpa.
As Wendall Berry has stated, "How We Eat, Determines How the Earth is Used." We are entering our second decade dedicated to providing you with food that we know where it comes from, and who grew or raised it. Whether it is direct from the farm produce, or meats from livestock that is humanely treated and lived the way animals are supposed to live, Owner/Cook Craig Sewell and his staff --Steven, Wendy, Liz, Chris and Dick -- are here to serve you lunch in the Cafe, cater your events, assist you in learning more about cooking in our cooking classes, or providing you with farm fresh products in the Market Basket program.
Thank You, Annapolis. With over 5,000 chain store restaurant seats opened within a 3/4 mile radius of the Cafe in the last three years, you have kept a local, independent business alive with your patronage.
Governor O'Malley and U.S. Secretary Tom Vilsak present Craig with 2011 Maryland Smart Growth and Growing Award.
ANNAPOLIS, MD (July 21, 2011) - Governor and First Lady O'Malley today, joined by U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, hosted the fourth annual "Buy Local" cookout and officially kicked-off Maryland's "Buy Local Challenge" week, which encourages Marylanders to incorporate at least one locally-grown, produced or harvested product into their meals each day. They also announced Holly Emmons, food services manager at Union Hospital, and Craig Sewell, owner of Cook's Café, as recipients of this year's Smart Green and Growing Buy Local Agricultural Challenge Awards.
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