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    Flavors of Chinatown Food Tour

    Foods of New York Tours
    Next stop: Chinatown! This three hour walking tour leads you through the delicious history, cuisine and culture of New York City's Chinatown. You'll get to experience Chinatown's diverse neighborhood of food culture and historic landmarks firsthand. You will also enjoy regional cuisine options from three exquisite Chinese restaurants, while practicing traditional etiquette that is partnered with these foods. From the famous Peking Duck House's Beijing style duck to ABC Cantonese's golden seafood fried rice, your palate will be taken on an adventure like never before!
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    Tacos & Tequila

    Institute of Culinary Education
    It's a celebration of all things Mexican. We'll cover Mexico’s greatest dishes and drinks, as well as a few with a twist. We'll make and then dine on: fresh corn tortillas; adobo chicken; grilled skirt steak; sautéed shrimp; sautéed chorizo; fresh pico de gallo; guacamole; and to drink, margaritas and paloma cocktails!
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    Authentic Mexican Cooking

    Home Cooking NY
    This ain't no Tex-Mex or Taco Bell style Mexican cuisine -- if you could call Taco Bell that. With Home Cooking NY, come explore the truly vibrant flavors that make Mexican food so distinguishingly flavorful. Diving into the spices and flavors, test your way through authentic Mexican cuisine that'll satisfy and liven every taste bud. Beware: there's more to Mexican than traditional tacos and burritos. Chipotle just won't cut it after this class... A sample menu includes: Chicken Mole Fragrant Mexican Rice Elotes (Mexican Corn on the Cob) Mexican Chocolate Torte
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    Maine Inspired Cooking in Greenwich Village

    Abigail's Kitchen
    A taste of Maine is a taste of nature. Filled with dense forests, cabins, and seafood galore, Maine is a state filled with solitude. The food of Maine? Now, that's some of the best you'll find in the nation: seafood, hearty potato salads, and dense, fruity cakes that satisfy your hunger after a day of chopping down trees in the forest. In this cooking class, you will make crab cakes, Maine lobster rolls, corn on the cob, potato salad, and Longmeadow blueberry cake. This is a finger lickin' good cooking class for all skill levels!
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    Chinatown Food Tour

    Metro NYC Tours
    Come take a food tour in the largest Chinatown in the Western Hemisphere! With a variety of Asian restaurants, bakeries, and street vendors, the culinary experience is exciting, diverse, and always delicious. You will discover the delicious cuisine, history, and culture of New York City's Chinatown as you learn why this neighborhood is so special. Come and sample delicious foods like dumplings, bubble tea, pork steamed or baked buns, candy, and fruit. As you also explore historic landmarks and busy and hidden side streets, you will embrace Chinatown from a unique perspective. End the day having gotten a taste for Chinatown in more ways than one!
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    Ghosts of the Lower East Side

    Ghosts of NY
    Up for some supernatural stew? Long known as a cultural melting pot, yesterday's ingredients are today's ghostly leftovers on this deliciously creepy walking tour! Stroll the streets alongside an expert supernatural storyteller, who will mix and mingle history and urban legend, just as the LES's residents and immigrants have mixed and mingled throughout New York's up-and-down history. Hear stories of Chinese, Irish, Jewish, and Mexican transplants, their struggles to fit into a new world, and their inability to leave the mortal one behind. Add backdrop to the tales you're told with visits to eerie scenes known for their apparitional visitations. Try to keep your knees from shaking, and your feet from running, and take a long look-see into the shadows. Maybe, just maybe, you'll see something look-seeing back. If it doesn't ask for money ... Ghost.
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    Italian Festival: Vino, Salumi e Formaggio

    Institute of Culinary Education
    Prosecco, prosciutto, and provolone: Some of life's simplest and tastiest pleasures come straight out of Italy. Join ICE Director of Wine Studies Richard Vayda for a delicious discussion, as you tour some of the major wine regions of Italy while tasting traditional cheeses and cured meats. Winemaking, as well as the production of cheeses and salami, will be covered. Throughout it all, you'll enjoy a variety of scrumptious Italian pleasures, from fresh and uncomplicated to rich and complex. Un vero festival!
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    Mexican Cooking

    Abigail's Kitchen
    Why doesn't "fiesta" appear on the food pyramid? It's essential to all diets... seriously. Although it seems as simple as tortilla, meat, cheese, and rice, Mexican food provides a wonderful blend of fruits, vegetables, meats, and beans. In this cooking class, you'll receive a crash-course in Mexican culinary tradition as you explore how to make eight unique dishes -- not your typical "tortilla, meat, cheese, and rice." You will prepare fan favorites and some fancier dishes, while staying on your toes in CAMAJE's working kitchen setting. Get ready for your upcoming Fiesta Friday!
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    Mexican Classics

    Miette Culinary Studio
    Do you love to cook? Do you LOVE to eat? If you answered an enthused, "Yes!" then this cooking class is perfect for you! Capped at around 12 students per session, this small and intimate cooking class is designed for anyone who wants to cook, whether you're a beginner or a more experienced home chef. Expand upon your skills and knowledge in a relaxed setting under the guidance of an expert chef, as you learn hands-on new techniques, and gain confidence in the kitchen. Working with fresh seasonal farmers' produce and other healthful ingredients, you will prepare a delicious gourmet meal of guacamole, green chicken enchiladas, drunken beans, and yellow rice with tomatoes and onions. End your culinary experience with a sit down dinner and finish on a sweet note with spicy Mexican chocolate cake served with homemade vanilla ice cream. You'll even receive a recipe packet and Miette canvas tote bag to bring home and recreate these delicious recipes over and over again. Bon appetit!
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    Hell's Kitchen Food Tour: Falling for Hell's Thailand

    Fun Foodie NYC Tours
    Hell's Kitchen is famous for many things, with a rich immigrant history and a location between the heart of Times Square and the Hudson River Piers. Let's just say it has a lot to offer -- especially for a hungry traveler! On this tour, you'll get a guided taste tour of Hell's Kitchen's history as you indulge in Greek pastries, Irish pub fare, Cajun dishes and, thanks to the increase in Thai restaurants over the last few years, several different Thai delicacies. Top it all off with a dessert unique to New York, and you've got yourself a delectable history lesson.
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