Globally Delicious

. May 1, 2014.
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As the streets and sidewalks of Ann Arbor heat up with the season, street-food eating returns. Get ahead of the curve with a hands-on cooking class titled Date Night: Global Street Food. The evening will include lessons on how to prepare popular street food dishes from around the world. Vegetarians fear not, the chefs of Ann Arbor Cooks have you covered. From Bangkok to Mumbai, you and your special someone will learn the techniques and explore the ingredients that make this global way to dine a foodie favorite.

Registration required. Friday, May 2. 6:30-10pm. $150/pair. Ann Arbor Cooks!, 5060 Jackson Rd. 734-645-1030. annarborcooks.com

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