Give a guy a fish, and he'll eat for a day; teach a guy to make perfect sushi rolls, and he'll be the culinary king of the cul de sac. Today's Groupon can save you from embarrassing Thanksgivings, disastrous dinners with in-laws, and foolhardy tamale-making face-offs. With today's deal, $35 gets you a two-hour, hands-on cooking class of your choice from Kiss Z Cook, a $75 value. Find out why your soufflé always falls (hint: it doesn't hate you), or learn the basics of braising and roasting and the dark art of broasting. Check out Kiss Z Cook's calendar of upcoming classes, and check back for more offerings at the beginning of the new year.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Located within Findlay Market since 2010, Panda Chefs serves up an eclectic collection of ethnic foods like sushi sliders and Indian favorites such as shrimp curry all washed down with wheat grass or other healthy drinks. You can enjoy these treats from the east while you take in the sights and sounds of the Market's other vendors and artists. The eatery also offers a handful of classic American desserts such as root beer floats and banana splits. The dining room is open for lunch service Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m with table service or carry out and seating for up to twenty four guests.
Icing Academy offers custom cake decorating lessons and parties for students of all ages in the Indianapolis area. Icing Academy travels to your home or location of choice, and provides all ingredients, materials, and use of our tools and aprons.
Since 2009, Saffron Café in downtown Indianapolis has been catering to guests who crave traditional Moroccan/Mediterranean cuisine. With a sunset pictorial featuring shadowed characters and camels on its northside exterior, plus brilliant red coloring opposite, Saffron Café is easy to spot along Fort Wayne Avenue, though nearby parking can be hard to come by. Serving lunch and dinner from Tuesday through Friday and dinner only on the weekends, the restaurant’s interior sticks close to its theme, thanks to chandeliers, table settings and mirrors obtained directly from Morocco. The menu features various stews, kebabs, gyros and pasta along with chicken, beef and seafood delicacies. Few can resist trying deserts that include tiramisu and baklava.
Taiwan-native Sunny combines knowledge from her traditional Chinese upbringing and advanced science degree as she helps guests balance healthy lifestyles with delicious Asian recipes during three-hour, on-location cooking parties. As guests nibble on complimentary appetizers and desserts, Sunny's practiced hands transform organic ingredients from local vendors into traditional Asian dishes such as sweet-and-sour chicken, lettuce wraps, and shiitake-fried rice noodles. Adventurous guests can take a hands-on role if desired, assuming control of the wok or confidently renaming ingredients after favorite science-fiction characters. As fledgling chefs taste the fruits of Sunny's labor, taste buds are coaxed toward more nutritious food habits during a chat examining healthy eating and cooking.