Rec & Ed joins forces with Ann Arbor chef to offer new culinary classes
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Ann Arbor Community Education and Recreation (Rec & Ed) has joined forces with chef Natalie Marble to offer virtual cooking classes this spring. After moving to Tree Town, Marble founded a recreational cooking school, Ann Arbor Cooks, in 2009 after owning her own catering company in Washington, D.C. She brings 20 years of culinary experience to her virtual classes with Rec & Ed. Community members who enroll in three classes in one registration will receive a discount of $10 off of their total, Rec & Ed said. Registration is now open and can be done through the Rec & Ed website. Cost: $49Fruit Tart Fun: Family Bake-AlongWhen: Saturday, May 8; 10 a.m. to noonCost: $45Gnocchi 101: Cook-AlongWhen: Friday, May 21; 6-8 p.m.