Barefoot Contessa Drops By East Hampton Classroom

High school students will star on the Food Network this spring.

, who films her Food Network show "The Barefoot Contessa" from her house in East Hampton Villgae, paid a visit to to film her show with a group of students, according to .

Denise Klein, who teaches the Life Skills class at the school, said most of the recipes the class has been making this year have come from Garten's books. They sent her a note and a photograph of the class and in return Garten invited the class to her home in the spring.

She then asked them to help film an episode of her show last week. It will air in the spring.

To read more about the student's experience, click here.

Boron November 12, 2011 at 02:27 PM
She is looking to exploit kids to make herself even more money but when asked to visit a dying child for the Make a Wish Foundation, she declined-twice. She should be boycotted and what is wrong with Denise Klein? Garten is trying to rehabilitate herself at the expense of EH kids.
BVille Mom November 12, 2011 at 08:51 PM
I think it's great. Her show is wonderful, recipes always delicious! I can't wait to see this episode. Way to go Ina!
tnelson April 02, 2013 at 07:26 AM
This make a wish issue is old news. Time to move on. Ina has nothing to prove to anyone. She has always been a stong supporter of charities in her own back yard.


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