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What You'll Get
A well-rounded diet embraces eats from all the food pyramid's categories, including vegetables, soft rocks, water, and vitamin water. Assemble a complete meal with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of spices, meats, and other groceries at Hana Asian Market.
Hana Asian Market stocks its many shelves with homegrown vegetables, sushi- and sashimi-grade fish, and spices and ingredients for various Asian culinary styles. Green, red, and yellow curry pastes help chefs taste a stoplight of flavors ($1.79), and wasabi peas thrill taste buds in wee fistfuls ($4.99 for 10 oz.). Meanwhile, green teas come rich with antioxidants, and oolong teas come rich with extra vowels ($2.69 for 16 bags). Patrons can squeeze tiny pearls of protein from edamame bean pods ($1.99/lb.), and string them into a necklace for sashimi tuna ($15.99/lb.). Noodles and other staple foodstuffs from the Far East dot the abundant shelves, as do gluten-free options, homegrown Asian vegetables, and a range of sakes, wines, and beers.
While not included with this Groupon, Hana Asian Market also hosts cooking classes on Sundays ($40, all ingredients included). On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, beginning in mid-September, visitors can avoid learning how to build an oven thanks to the market's spread of homemade takeout dishes, most of which are vegetarian ($1.99–$3.99, or $4.99 for a combination pack).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid toward the purchase of alcohol, rice, or noodles. Not valid for classes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hana Asian Market
Shopping carts loaded with dozens of different dry noodles from Japan, Korea, Filipino,and China roll through the aisles at Hana Asian Market, where shelves hold spices from across Asia, homemade vegan and meat pot stickers, and bundles of sushi- and sashimi-grade fish. The market also regularly hosts sushi-making classes that demonstrate proper rolling techniques and give students all the necessary ingredients, sparing them the hassle of ransacking the aquarium in their office lobby.