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March 3rd Happy Cook VEGAN Cooking DEMONSTRATION Class!
March 3rd Happy Cook VEGAN Cooking DEMONSTRATION Class!
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Date/Time
Monday, March 3rd 2014
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
Happy Cook

We are excited about another class at Happy Cook! This time it’ll be Vegan! Participants who attend the class can receive 10% discount off regular priced non-electric items! Call for more details!

We will prepare these VEGAN drinks & dishes:
1) Darjeeling Tea w/spices (chai masala)
2) Chickpeas Curry Bengali Style
3) Sauteed Eggplants
4) Rice w/ peas carrots
5) Mango Lassi w/VEGAN yogurt

March 3rd (Monday) 6pm to 7:30pm
1107-B Emmet Street N, Charlottesville, VA 22902

We need minimum of 10 for class, so please register ASAP. Registration fee is $40/person Please register by calling 434-977-2665

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