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    Essentials of Emilia-Romagna Cooking

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    Emilia-Romagna, which stretches between the Adriatic coast, northern Tuscany, and the Po Valley, is one of the most prolific agricultural regions of Italy. It is known for its pasta, balsamic vinegar, Parma ham and Parmigiano-Reggiano, among a wealth of other products. While enjoying wines such as Sangiovese and Barbera, you will learn to make traditional dishes that include: Brodetto Fish Stew; Cotechino con Lenticchie; Pasta Bolognese; Chicken Cacciatore with Creamy Polenta; and Warm Zabaglione with Marsala Wine for dessert.
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    Essentials of Emilia-Romagna Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to prepare delicious Emilia-Romagna meals at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Impress your friends with expert cooking methods
    • Practice preparing exquisite meals
    • Step up your cooking game and gain some valuable new skills
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    Greek Cooking

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    Historically a forerunner of Western cuisine, the Greek's divulge in a Mediterranean diet, loaded with olive oil, veggies, herbs, breads, and oh so many gyros. You also can't forget the addition of yogurt, eggplant, and feta... a lot of feta! Greek cuisine is renowned for its worldly influence, and now, you can learn the reasons why. On this culinary adventure, embrace the Greek spirit as you cook everything from pita with Tzatziki to baked chicken with feta and olives, and even an almond yogurt cake. The Mediterranean diet, one of the healthiest in the world, shall overtake your system! A sample cooking menu includes:
    • Tzatziki with Toasted Pita
    • Pastitsio (showstopping baked pasta dish with lamb, tomatoes, and creamy bechamel sauce)
    • Baked Chicken with Fresh Oregano, Feta and Black Olives
    • Almond Yogurt Cake with Spiced Honey Syrup
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    Greek Cooking

    158 Grand St, New York

    • Learn about the history of Greek cuisine from its traditional flavors to quintessential ingredients
    • Cook a collection of traditional Greek dishes including Tzatziki and Pastitsio
    • No experience necessary
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    Beginner Waltz & Samba

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    What do you get when you cross Vienna, Austria with Rio De Janeiro, Brazil? No, the answer's not the world's most elite soccer player. You'll actually get this dance class! With Arthur Murray Studios, discover the steps of both the traditional Waltz and the rhythmic, energetic Samba. Combining the proper, elegant footwork of a Waltz with the catchy, free-flowing movements of Samba, you'll round off your dancing repertoire, and become a master of all styles. Bring your dancing shoes, and experience the world coming together in the name of dance.
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    Beginner Waltz & Samba

    286 5th Ave, New York

    • Learn the fundamental steps behind both the Waltz and Samba
    • Explore the musicality and footwork behind these polarizing dances
    • Experience the elegant motions of a Waltz and the undulating steps of Samba
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    Wall Running

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    We all know that one person who has a serious objection to obeying the laws of gravity. Maybe that's you. And maybe you want to try wall running! With a rope, harness, and wall points, the wall will become your new floor. Defy gravity by learning the basics of wall running, along with trying an aerial harness dance class. The feeling of freedom from the traditional confines of an Earth-parallel floor will come forth! However, be mindful that the ropes are not webs, and no matter how much it will feel like it, you are not spider man... but you can pretend you are in this class!
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    Wall Running

    350 Moffat St, Brooklyn

    • Put the ground on a 45 degree angle with a wall-running and aerial-harness dance class
    • Learn how to wall run using a rope, harness, and wall points
    • Discover navigating the altered perceptions that come when you make a wall the new "floor"
    • Experience what some have likened to as being the closest thing to human flight
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    Harlem Heritage Food Tour

    Get to know the rich culture of Harlem as related to...food! You'll start your tour off with either a video presentation of Harlem's history and food culture or a live cooking demonstration from your native Harlem guide. Next up on the program is...more food! Sample traditional African-American, Caribbean, Jamaican and Spanish cuisines. Between visits to local eateries you'll get a chance to digest by visiting Harlem's historic sights on foot. This walking tour is supplemented with multimedia such as portable pictures, videos and music - think along the lines of enjoying some traditional Jamaican eats while jammin' to Bob Marley. What better way to make culture come alive?
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    Harlem Heritage Food Tour

    104 Malcolm X Blvd., New York

    • Learn about the Harlem's rich history and culinary background
    • Experience historic Harlem sights with a multimedia supported walking tour
    • Sample African-American, Caribbean, Spanish and Jamaican cuisines
    • Get to know Harlem's food scene first hand from a Harlem native
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    Find Heaven in Hell's Kitchen Dessert Tour (Armed Forces Center)

    There's no better place than Hell's Kitchen to indulge in a sequence of sugar-filled sins. You'll embark from world famous Times Square, where you'll meet your guide and the rest of your tour group. Then, it's off into the fire! Your trusty tour guide will let you in on the Hell's Kitchen's rough past, including how it got its questionable name, while munching on some of the best sweets that the Big Apple has to offer. You'll also have the chance to head further north up the culinary mecca of 9th avenue later. Come hungry because you'll sample it all, from handcrafted chocolates to traditional American pies to the best cookie in NYC to Greek pastries and beyond!
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    Find Heaven in Hell's Kitchen Dessert Tour (Armed Forces Center)

    Armed Forces Center, New York

    • Discover the best desserts in Hell's Kitchen on a 2-hour walking tour
    • Hit your ultimate sugar high as you devour handcrafted chocolates, pies, cookies, fudge, frozen custard, Greek pastries, and more
    • Learn about how Hell's Kitchen got its name, the neighborhood's rough past, and its interesting culinary history from your trusty tour guide
    • Indulge in the sweet sins and spellbinding stories of Hell's Kitchen
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    Kokedama: Hanging Plant Art

    Why constrain your plants by making them grow in pots? Construct a hanging, living plant ball in the traditional Japanese style of Kokedama - with a modern twist! Suspended from the ceiling by just a few threads, and completely unencumbered by pots or containers, these string-bound flora will add natural elements to any space. Choose from a variety of tropical or desert houseplants to create your potless string garden and create your own Kokedama ball as you discuss tips and tricks on what kinds of plants are suitable for this style of growing. Then, experience your imagination come to live with basic care and maintenance to keep your garden growing for years to come!
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    Kokedama: Hanging Plant Art

    268 Grand St, Brooklyn

    • Construct a hanging, living plant ball in the traditional Japanese style of Kokedama
    • Be provided with everything you need to create your own potless plant ball
    • Enjoy in-depth demonstration and instruction by a plant specialist to assemble your project
    • Personalize your hanging plant and take it home so it can continue to flourish for years to come
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    Handmade Pasta Twist (BYOB)

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    Pasta, pasta, pasta! Do you know how to make fresh pasta by hand? We can't wait to teach you. Join us as we create our signature pasta dough and an oh-so-cool twist on the original. Learn the tips and tricks to becoming a pasta aficionado as we master kneading, rolling, and shaping pasta like the pros into fresh Spaghetti and hand-rolled Garganelli. And no pasta is complete without the sauce so we're whipping up a zesty nut-free Pesto and Alfredo duo to dazzle our homemade pasta creations. Bring your friends and your own wine for a night of fun-filled pasta.
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    Handmade Pasta Twist (BYOB)

    109 W 27th St, New York

    • Master the art of making healthy homemade pasta during a hands-on cooking class
    • Learn to make various pasta doughs, including whole wheat, spinach, and beet
    • Handcraft the pasta in a variety of traditional shapes while also making two different sauces
    • Treat yourself to a social cooking class and liven things up with your favorite beer or wine
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    Singers Spotlight Village Jazz Tour

    If you were looking for the best of the best jazz vocalists, chances are you'd start your search in the West Village! You'll visit three different venues where you'll hear an array of amazing jazz singers -- a collection of rising stars and certifiable legends! On your way to the first venue, you'll walk through the famous Washington Square Arch and learn about its rich history. Later, you'll have the opportunity to visit the most intimate jazz club in the Village (it only seats 20!) where'll enjoy hot music while sipping on a glass of wine.and eating delicious NYC pizza or desserts. You'll pass the original location of Cafe Society, where Billie Holiday first sang "Strange Fruit" -- literally one of the most significant moments in the history of popular music. Not to mention you'll glimpse Stonewall Bar, birthplace of the gay rights movement and where countless entertainers got their first breaks, including Barbara Streisand. And this is all just a sneak preview, if you can believe it!
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    Singers Spotlight Village Jazz Tour

    385 6th Avenue, New York

    • Hear the best of the best jazz vocalists in the Greenwich Village area
    • Walk through the famous Washington Square Arch and learn about its rich history
    • Visit the most intimate jazz club in the Village, where you'll sip a glass of wine and refuel with delicious pizza and desserts
    • Embark on an adventure filled with jazz melodies and fascinating histories
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    The South American Steakhouse

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    From the churrascarias of Brazil to the open-air fires of the Argentine Pampa, South America has a rich grilling tradition that makes use of quality raw ingredients, since the meat is usually simply marinated in oil before grilling. It is then served with sauces or a drizzle of lemon juice. Other meat preparations include sausages and empanadas. Fish and seafood begin many a meal, in the guise of ceviche or escabeche. In this class, you will make some of the representative dishes of the South American steakhouse, particularly Brazilian and Argentine preparations such as: Ceviche Mixto (seafood ceviche, served over lettuce and tortilla chips); Empanadas de Carne (beef turnovers); Linguiça con Arroz Brasileiro (grilled pork sausage with Brazilian rice); Churrasco con Chimichurri (grilled steak served with chimichurri sauce); Milanesas (breaded beef cutlets drizzled with lemon juice); Couve Estufado con Ajo (braised kale with garlic); Yuca Frita (fried yuca); Alfajores (dulce de leche sandwich cookies); and Caipirinhas.
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    The South American Steakhouse

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn to cook traditional meat dishes from South America at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Prepare and dine on empanadas, sausages, steak, and ceviche, among other mouthwatering items
    • Wow your friends with expertly-crafted dishes at your next dinner party
    • Step up your cooking game and gain some valuable new skills
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    158 positive reviews

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