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Cookbook authors show a little class

August 31, 2011 |  6:30 am

They're at it again. Two of Southern California's best cookbook writers and cooking teachers are revving up the fall schedule for the Venice Cooking School. Martha Rose Shulman, who has written more than 20 cookbooks on her own as well as collaborating with chefs such as Wolfgang Puck, Sherry Yard and Mark Peel, will be hosting the classes in her home kitchen. Teaching with her will be Clifford Wright, author of "The Mediterranean Feast," which was the James Beard Foundation's best cookbook of the year in 2000. In addition to a regular schedule of classes, the pair will be offering private dinner party classes for groups of 6 to 8.


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Photo: Martha Rose Shulman teaches a kids' class. Credit: Katie Falkenberg/For the Times