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What You'll Get
The kitchen is statistically the most dangerous room in a home because it contains the highest concentration of knives, open flames, and pots full of freedom-hungry lobsters. Learn to navigate this danger zone with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39 for a BYOB Moroccan cooking class with dinner for one (a $90 value)
- $69 for a BYOB Moroccan cooking class with dinner for two (a $180 value)
- $129 for a BYOB Moroccan cooking class with dinner for four (a $360 value)
- $239 for a private BYOB Moroccan cooking class with dinner for up to eight (up to a $720 value)
A professional chef shows cooks of all experience levels how to cultivate Moroccan flavors using the tagine, a traditional cone-shaped vessel. During the one-pot, slow-cooking process, students infuse chicken or vegetarian tagine dishes with rich, distinctive spices including coriander, cinnamon, cumin, and garlic, and also incorporate preserved lemon, olives, nuts, and dried fruit. Throughout the class, participants learn simple techniques that are easily reproduced in home kitchens. Students can uncork a bottle of wine with their lesson and enjoy the fruits of their labor with a post-class meal.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Subject to availability. Classes require 6 students, otherwise they may be rescheduled. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Flavor Exchange
At The Flavor Exchange bottles of olive oil dot marble countertops, peek out of rough-hewn wicker baskets, and run along the length of walls lined with pantry shelves and curio cabinets. The polished metal gleam of the lids sealing jars of preserves or spices cast a dappled glow on olive-green walls. Though the ample selection may overwhelm some gourmands, the shop’s EVOO experts curate the experience, guiding customers from decanter to decanter, chatting about winsome flavor combinations, and treating palates to tastes of organic herb-infused balsamic vinegars. Additionally, the staff leads occasional cooking classes, giving budding chefs a chance to experiment with olive-oil-infused entrees and add a few unique recipes to their repertoire without having to infiltrate Betty Crocker's research and development fortress.