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Bread of Life cooking classes offered at Allen UMC

Covington resident Lyn Gossage demonstrates Tuesday morning how to make caramel corn at one of the Bread of Life cooking classes held at Allen Memorial United Methodist Church, located at 803 Whatcoat St. in Oxford. The classes take place now through October and participants can whip up some made-from-scratch pumpkin bread, fresh apple cookies and easy cornbread, just to name a few classes being offered. Gossage uses all natural and organic ingredients in her cooking demonstrations. Classes are free for low income families and registration is requested. For more information on the classes or the schedule, contact Lyn at 404-488-7576. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Covington resident Lyn Gossage demonstrates Tuesday morning how to make caramel corn at one of the Bread of Life cooking classes held at Allen Memorial United Methodist Church, located at 803 Whatcoat St. in Oxford. The classes take place now through October and participants can whip up some made-from-scratch pumpkin bread, fresh apple cookies and easy cornbread, just to name a few classes being offered. Gossage uses all natural and organic ingredients in her cooking demonstrations. Classes are free for low income families and registration is requested. For more information on the classes or the schedule, contact Lyn at 404-488-7576. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

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Renate Cowden, front, keeps the ingredients moving as church friend Lyn Gossage pours in organic light corn syrup, one of the key ingredients in making caramel corn. Gossage and Cowden help teach the Bread of Life cooking classes at Allen UMC that are being held now through October. This is the first year the church has offered cooking classes and Gossage sees offering these classes as helping to give back to the community.

Covington resident Lyn Gossage demonstrates Tuesday morning how to make caramel corn at one of the Bread of Life cooking classes held at Allen Memorial United Methodist Church, located at 803 Whatcoat St. in Oxford. The classes take place now through October and participants can whip up some made-from-scratch pumpkin bread, fresh apple cookies and easy cornbread, just to name a few classes being offered. Gossage uses all natural and organic ingredients in her cooking demonstrations. Classes are free for low income families and registration is requested. For more information on the classes or the schedule, contact Lyn at 404-488-7576. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Renate Cowden, front, keeps the ingredients moving as church friend Lyn Gossage pours in organic light corn syrup, one of the key ingredients in making caramel corn. Gossage and Cowden help teach the Bread of Life cooking classes at Allen UMC that are being held now through October. This is the first year the church has offered cooking classes and Gossage sees offering these classes as helping to give back to the community.

By Julie Wells