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Ashkenazi Cooking Classes With a View

Author and foodie Suzanne Parker, who splits her time between Queens and Woodstock, New York, is offering Cooking Classes with a View at her upstate home.

Lessons focus on Ashkenazi staples like potato knishes and cheese blintzes. Classes take place “on a mountainside in Shady, just outside Woodstock, in a house blessed with a spectacular vista of distant rolling peaks,” reports the Woodstock Times. More at Parker’s web site.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

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