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MORGANTOWN -

Looking at becoming the best chef in your family? Or just want to learn how to serve a signature dish?

My Kitchen in Morgantown can help.

My Kitchen is located on Grafton Road in Morgantown and holds classes throughout the week teaching people how to cook.

Owner, Chef Chris Hall, took on teaching as a second career and hopes My Kitchen can help build the confidence of others looking to improve their culinary skills.

"I got to a point in my life where I just thought to myself, I got to do something," said Hall. "George Burns always said, ‘The way you die, is you stop working.' So, I'm not going to stop working, I got way to much energy, but I didn't want to do what I don't want to do."

Hall's classes cost $55, for more information and to see his schedule visit his web site.