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Nov 2016

Progressive Dinner: Sponsored by the Nonantum Resort

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Jillyanna’s Woodfired Cooking School will be participating in the November 10th Progressive Dinner sponsored by the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport. This is your opportunity to visit some of the finest restaurants in the area and get a delicious taste of Jillyanna’s. For more details about this unique collaboration, click here.

Woodfired appetizers and recipes will be provided.

This class is adults only, ages 21+.

Please call The Nonantum Resort for more information: 207-967-4050 or click the link below:

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May 2016

Progressive Dinner: Sponsored by the Nonantum Resort

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Jillyanna’s Woodfired Cooking School will be participating in the May 22nd Progressive Dinner sponsored by the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport. This is your opportunity to visit some of the finest restaurants in the area and get a delicious taste of Jillyanna’s. For more details about this unique collaboration, click here.

Woodfired appetizers and recipes will be provided.

This class is adults only, ages 21+.

More details will be available soon. Please call The Nonantum Resort for more information: 207-967-4050 or click the link below:

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06

Jan 2016

Jillyanna’s Featured in Yankee Magazine

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Find Jillyanna’s in this month’s (January/February) Yankee Magazine! We are featured in the the Guide to Simple Living section underneath Open Hearth Cooking.

Read an excerpt below and be sure to pick up the issue on newsstands!

I knew I wanted to do something surrounded by fire and gardens, says Jill Strauss, a former schoolteacher and Johnson & Wales culinary grad.

“It engages all the senses.” Classes, which tend to run three to four hours, are held May through December in Strauss’s kitchen and in the lush gardens where her wood-fired oven stands.
Strauss traveled to Italy to study Neapolitan pizza making, and her classes cover a large range of subjects, from pizza to pasta to pie making. 

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