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Festive Street & Market Foods from around the World
Date: Sunday, Feb 4 - Saturday, Feb 10, 2018
Subject: Cooking
Instructor: Annie Erbsen De BaccoBarbara Swell
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Let's celebrate international street foods from village markets, roadside grills, and colorful festivals! We'll "travel" to a French farm market for buckwheat crepes, an Italian sagra for wood-fired farinata, and then head to Venezuela for arepas. We'll also visit Somalia, Ethiopia, India, Thailand, and more. Each day concludes with a regional themed gathering, featuring the day's dishes paired with lively spirits. You won't miss the gluten in these traditional recipes made from native grains, nuts, and other indigenous ingredients. All levels welcome, age 21 and up.

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Binding Books - Traditions and More Sunday, Feb 4 - Saturday, Feb 10, 2018


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