New Cooking Schools Become an Alternative to Dining Out

20090313-beaterqb.jpgJane Black of the Washington Post talks to cooking school owners who are now pitching classes as a restaurant alternative: "If you eat three courses at a restaurant with wine, you'd be lucky to escape with tax and tip for $85. Here you get the meal, wine and instruction," said Susan Holt, co-owner of CulinAerie in Washington, D.C.