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What You'll Get
Cooking lessons impart survival skills for today's fast-paced world, and also tomorrow's faster-paced world ruled by sentient vegetables. Stockpile culinary moves with this Groupon: for $25, you get a three-hour cooking class with dinner at Pan Africa Grill (a $50 value).
At Pan Africa Grill, African-cuisine enthusiasts adopt authentic techniques in a choice of vegetarian or omnivorous cooking classes held on assorted Sundays and Tuesdays. Led by the head chef of Pike Place Market’s Pan Africa Restaurant & Bar and various guest chefs, both workshops boast insight into African classics such as South African wine and injera, the stretchy flatbread that ensconces traditional dishes and bounces children into the air on African trampolines. During meat-eating classes, pupils concoct and then feast upon hearty staples such as beef tibs and meaty sambusa, whereas vegetarian novices make feasts replete with shiro wot—a chickpea stew. As three-hour classes and subsequent repasts draw to a close, students can purchase a cookbook ($14.95) onsite to accompany their newfound culinary wisdom.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. 24hr cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pan Africa Restaurant & Bar
At Pan Africa Restaurant & Bar, chefs craft authentic African and African fusion dishes in the kitchen and teach their recipes to students in the classroom. They lead African-cuisine enthusiasts through authentic techniques in a choice of vegetarian or omnivorous cooking classes held on assorted Sundays and Tuesdays. In classes, students discover the secrets to crafting tasty doro wat, beef tibs, and stretchy injera bread that can be used to pick up food during the meal or thrown at nearby plates of marinated chicken to signal interest. For dinner, chefs craft succulent entrees including yassa peanut stew and lamb alicha cutlets in stewed curry.