(WTNH)- Susan Loomis, an American chef living in France, was invited by Women’s Business Development Council, of CT, to host a fundraising dinner on June 7th. It’s the second in a series of dinners celebrating WBDC’s 20th year and the growth of women entrepreneurship. Susan runs an exclusive cooking school On Rue Tatin from her 15th century home in Louviers, France. At WBDC dinner, Susan will cook a 4-course dinner and share stories from her recent book “In a French Kitchen.” Loomis describes the book as the “inside story on how French cooks put gorgeous meals on the table even while they work full time, raise kids, and always keep their lipstick perfect.”
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