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Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland offers new seasonal cooking class series for adults and children

Chef de Cuisine R. Paul Hyman of bin on the lake and Executive Chef Darren McNally of The Woodmark Hotel will offer behind-the-scenes culinary tips and seasonal recipes for adults and children during its new seasonal cooking class series.

Hyman will host a series of adult cooking classes in the restaurant’s kitchen on select Saturdays. Upcoming classes include Study in Risotto on March 26; Braising Basics, May 14; Seasoning and Grilling, July 23; Confiting, Pickling and Preserving, Sept. 24; and Nov. 12 is to be announced.

The Woodmark Hotel’s Executive Chef Darren McNally will host a series of children’s cooking classes in the hotel’s Great Room space, 1200 Carillon Point. Kids will become “chef for the day” and learn fun and healthy recipes to make at home with mom and dad. This cooking class will be for children ages 5-10 with an adult present.

Classes run from 2-4 p.m. and classes include Cookies, April 23; Pizza, June 18; Dumplings, Aug. 20; Candy, Oct. 29 and Gingerbread Cookies, Dec. 17.

The cost for each adult cooking class is $20 per person and includes culinary instruction with Chef Hyman. The cost for each children’s cooking class is $10 and children must be accompanied by a parent. For additional information or to register for a cooking class, visit www.thewoodmark.com.

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