Curtis Stone Cooks at The Cook's Warehouse

Mary Moore and Curtis StoneMary Moore and Curtis Stone

ATLANTA-Australian Celebrity Chef Curtis Stone recently taught two sold-out classes at The Cook's Warehouse here.

Stone addressed 50 students last Friday night at The Cook's Warehouse's East Cobb store, and later 50 more students at the flagship Midtown Atlanta store.  "We heard glowing reviews from every single 'student' at each session in both stores and we were so very fortunate - and so very thankful - to host him in our cooking school," said Mary S. Moore, founder and CEO of The Cook's Warehouse.

Stone used his new line of cookware "Kitchen Solutions" in his demonstrations. Many of those pieces are sold at The Cook's Warehouse. Stone also autographed his newest cookbook, "Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone" for class attendees.

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