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Nestor Blokhin
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Cooking With Class

Cooking with Class will take place as a virtual event, with three chef demos. Although you won't be physically with the chefs, you can still get their recipes and make the dish using their tips after the event.

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Rain fills in this morning and is steady through noon. This afternoon features more clouds and a few isolated showers with temperatures near 60, then a cold front brings one final round of rain or even a few strong to severe thunderstorms after 8 pm tonight. Gusty winds are the main threat, and any storm fades by 11 pm with just a few isolated showers thereafter. Winds gust 25-30 mph from the southwest through the day, stronger within any storm.

Tomorrow, we are dry, but cooler. Highs reach the upper 40s with a northwest breeze of nearly 30 mph. Temperatures warm in the week ahead with a few showers Tuesday and Wednesday. By Thursday, temperatures may approach 70 degrees, dependent on sunshine.

For more than 20 years, NBC10 viewers have welcomed JWU into their homes by tuning in to "Cooking with Class," a Monday through Friday culinary segment that began airing in the late 90s during the station's weekly newscasts and at the height of the food television explosion. The segment featured the university's College of Culinary Arts Chef Frank Terranova, who has shared tips, recipes, and experience with the audience. In 2015, JWU Chef Jonathan Poyourow, assistant professor, joined the line-up to demonstrate how "Johnson & Wales University is changing the way the world eats," an initiative that offered a healthier approach to eating.