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    Spanish Paella

    CocuSocial
    Escape to Valencia with our authentic Spanish Paella class! In this fun and interactive class, you will learn how to create this famous Spanish favourite known for its signature golden saffron hue, smoky flavours of chorizo, fresh seafood and textured vegetables. You will also learn how to flavour profile and blend Spanish flavours, and where to source fresh, seasonal ingredients in order to master the perfect Paella. Perfect for entertaining, wow your friends and family at your next dinner party with your new found signature dish! No experience is required! All the equipment and ingredients are provided, which are easy to find at local markets if you don’t already have them in your home kitchen. Events are casual and meant to be fun and instructive, not hardcore. This class is designed to be just as fun for the cooking enthusiast who wants to be a part of every step as it is for the first-timer who’s happier observing and assisting (or taste testing). You will work with other students in groups of 2-4.
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    Lower East Side Walking Tour

    Ben's Bagel Tours
    Punks, dives, and dirty streets: The Lower East Side (LES) we currently know and love. But, over the past decade, the neighborhood has undergone drastic changes, transforming from rugged to trendy (hipsters invaded!). Still, this neighborhood, steeped in immigrant traditions, remains a worldly mesh of exotic cuisines and classic New York eats. With this tour, you'll experience the unique architecture, history, and food of this special area of NYC. From the infamous Katz's Deli to old Jewish hubs, this tour's sure to satisfy any cravings for food and culture.
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    Pad Thai

    CocuSocial
    It's never been so easy to prepare Thai dishes in your own kitchen with an abundance of Thai ingredients within easy reach. Chef Victor will teach you all the essentials and techniques of Thai cooking. Specifically you will learn and cook the broth and rice and work with all the particular ingredients that you might not be used to working with such as lemongrass, ginger, mint, curry paste, cilantro, coconut milk, etc. This class is open for chefs of all levels and no experience is necessary. Plus, additional food and drinks are available for purchase at the venue, in case you'd like to enhance the fun a little further!
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    Flushing Chinatown Food Tour

    Gastronomic Adventures with Joe DiStefano
    Manhattan gets a lot of press, but Queens' downtown Flushing is the most vibrant and diverse Chinatown in New York City, offering a wealth of regional Chinese cookery as well as Korean, Malaysian, and Indian cuisines. Explore the myriad flavors of its bustling streets, food courts, and markets. You'll taste your way through the who's who of regional Chinese cuisine, including the fiery fare of Sichuan, the Silk Road-inflected cuisine of Xi'an, as well as delicate dumplings from Tianjin. Then, visit the neighborhood's famous food courts, restaurants, and hawker stands. Marvel at hand-pulled noodles being made at Golden Shopping Mall and savor creamy dou fu fa at Soy Bean Chen Flower Shop. There will also be a chance to shop at Malaysian markets and a visit to the gigantic Korean supermarket Assi Plaza, and even a trek to the Ganesh Temple to sample dosai.
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    Hell's Kitchen Food Tour and Central Park Stroll

    Things to do in New York City
    Make your way to midtown Manhattan to meet your expert guide and head off to explore one of New York City's most bustling and diverse neighborhoods: Hell's Kitchen. You will stop by restaurants to munch on curry puffs, empanadas, and even homemade doughnuts. Sample enough food on this portion of the tour to make a full lunch. Next, walk off those calories by following your guide to Central Park. The greatest urban park in the world holds many intriguing secrets. Go to parts of the park many people don't know about, including a spot that feels as if you're miles and miles from the urban jungle that is New York City. Expect to walk about 3 miles (5 km) in all, at a comfortable pace. The tour ends at Central Park, leaving you free to continue to explore the city on your own.
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    Chinese Takeout

    Taste Buds Kitchen
    Everyone has a favorite Chinese Restaurant on speed dial and one click away on Seamless. Want to learn how to make some of the most popular Chinese Takeout dishes with a TBK twist? Who is this famous General Tso and what makes his chicken so good? Learn how to whip up this super tasty chicken dish, master delicious Chicken and Chive Dumplings with a Sweet and Spicy Dipping Sauce and fry up a classic Veggie Fried Rice. No meal is complete without a custom fortune cookie with a special note for your friends and loved ones and tips & tricks to help you master chopsticks. Leave the take-out menu at home and come join us for a fun night of Chinese favorites!
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    Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise

    Head to Chelsea Piers in the evening to board your luxury cruise, an elegant vessel featuring fully enclosed glass walls and ceiling and a revolutionary deck layout that gives every table a great view of the live entertainment. Get cozy in the climate-controlled cabin or head to the two outdoor viewing decks as your expert captain takes you along the Hudson River, New York Harbor and East River. The moment you step aboard, live jazz performed by talented musicians provides the perfect ambiance for sipping drinks and admiring the Manhattan skyline. Get up-close views of the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower), Battery Park, Colgate Clock, Governor's Island, South Street Seaport, the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights and the Manhattan Bridge. Have your camera ready as you cruise by Ellis Island and the stately Statue of Liberty! As the magnificent skyline spreads before you in all directions, you'll be served a gourmet dinner at your table. Uniquely designed seating arrangements create an inviting and intimate dining experience. After dinner, your jazz entertainment resumes, this time with Broadway hits in cabaret style. The evening crescendos with upbeat dance music from the Big Band era to Motown to today's favorites. Dancing on the spacious hardwood dance floor is encouraged, and musicians are happy to accept requests! Classic Dinner Menu (subject to change) will include fresh salad (choice of organic mixed greens, organic spinach and kale, or Mediterranean couscous and chickpea), a main course (choice of roast salmon & tilapia, chicken parmesan meatballs, twice cooked beef short ribs, baked ziti, or roast broccoli), and desserts (mini pastries, cookies, brownies, seasonal fruit).
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    A Taste of India (Vegan / BYOB)

    Taste Buds Kitchen
    Want to learn the difference between whole spices and ground? Coriander versus cumin? Spice versus spicy? This menu is a spice-lovers dream! The variety of Indian spices and combinations is never-ending. You'll taste and explore the most popular spices and combinations as you create Taste Buds Kitchen's favorite Indian recipes completely from scratch. From toasting and blending spices for Garam Masala and Tofu & Chickpea Tikka Masala to warm and fresh handmade Naan and Veggie Samosas, this vegan menu is sure to please your every tastebud. Grab your friends and enjoy a spice-filled culinary adventure together.
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    New York Food Tour of Chinatown and Little Italy

    Context Travel
    Feel like NYC is gobbling you up? Turn the tables during this 3-hour walking tour, during which you'll sample the sights, sounds, and culinary delights of Little Italy and Chinatown! Starting from Old St. Patrick's Cathedral, you'll take a look back at a time to when these two vibrant neighborhoods were mostly Irish run, before heading south, where you'll pass by New York's first ever pizzeria. Arriving in Little Italy, you'll perhaps stop for espresso and a pastry, and will visit two popular fine food shops, featuring homemade pastas, and imported meats and cheeses. As you make your way southward along iconic streets, you'll find yourself immersed in a world where cuisine is culture, passing kitchen shops and restaurants promoting their fare with Old World charm. Arriving in Chinatown, you'll discover an altogether different world, rife with Chinese, Japanese, and Southeast Asian vendors and shops. You'll browse the Chinatown markets, finding exotic fruits and vegetables, Asian butchers, fish vendors, and of course lots and lots of noodles. Exploring Mott and Mulberry Streets, you'll also find steamed dumplings, almond cookies, and barbecued duck beckoning from window displays, before walking past historic Columbus Park, and ending your journey at the city's oldest dim sum parlor. During this fulfilling experience, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy numerous samplings, and the chance to purchase more if you desire!. Certainly provides some food for thought, doesn't it?
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    Historic Harlem Food Tour

    Harlem Sweet & Savory Tours
    Taste the many flavors of Harlem on a food tour that takes you through the heart and soul of Manhattan. Start off your tour being led through important historical landmarks like 125th Street, The Apollo Theater, and the Studio Museum. Then, get ready for a variety of flavors that range in influence from Southern, Caribbean, European, and African. The tour may include tastings at Island Salad, Jacob Restaurant, and Patisserie Des Ambassades. Come enjoy a two-and-a-half hour journey of expanding your palate, enlivening your tastebuds, and increasing your appreciation for art and culture.
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