“Anything we use in the classes, we try to carry here,” Carl says, noting there are a few exceptions such as a couple big-name cookware brands that have exclusive contracts with larger stores. That means you can learn to make pastry in a French Bistro-themed class, for instance, then buy a pie-crust crimper on your way out.
If you’re uncertain exactly what to get, be sure to ask. Catherine is a trained chef and Carl was in the restaurant business for years. “It’s me and my wife and maybe one other person, so you’re getting one-on-one attention,” Carl says, “if you want it, of course.”
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