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Cary church is hosting its annual Lobster Fest on Oct. 5

You can eat -in or take -out a lobster meal or a quarter-pound lobster roll on a La Farm bakery brioche roll at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church's annual Lobster Fest.

Or you can take live or cooked lobsters to eat at home.

It’s best if you order early so the church knows how many lobsters to have shipped down here. Go to lobsterfestcary.com.

Live 1-1/2 pound lobsters cost $17 and $19 for cooked lobsters. (Customers are encouraged to bring a cooler for those orders.) The church also will deliver orders of six or more live lobsters. Delivery is from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 5 and pick-up of live and cooked lobsters is from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

A lobster meal with sides, roll, dessert and drink costs $22. A lobster roll with slaw, chips and dessert costs $14. They also sell a chicken meal with sides, roll, dessert and drink for cost $10 or $5 for children ages 12 under. Eat-in or take-out of all meals is from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

The church is at 221 Union St., Cary. Info: stpaulscary.org

La Farm's full cooking class schedule

Tags: Mouthful | La Farm

La Farm Bakery has posted a complete list of its fall and winter classes. Here is the link.

(Last time, I posted about their classes, their Web site didn't reflect the new schedule.) 

La Farm baking classes

Tags: Mouthful | La Farm

Please Note: Class prices increased to $75. 

La Farm baker Lionel Vatinet is teaching a slew of baking classes this fall. They are so popular that they often sell out early so that's why we're giving you plenty of time to book your spot.

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