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Can Taking a MasterClass with a Chef Make You a Better Home Cook?

It depends on your level of commitment

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Mossimo Bottura. Photo: MasterClass

While the online learning industry was booming before Covid-19, it has now become a central part of our lives. More Americans are taking online classes — even when it comes to cooking.

While many classes are free, MasterClass, the Rolls-Royce of online education…




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