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12 - May
(Nearby Event: Family, Food & Dining)
Where:Let's Cultivate Food, 4658 Umbria Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 19127
Let's Cultivate Food is a premier cooking class company established in 2012. We teach about 100 in-home cooking classes per year, meaning we travel to your house to teach your pre-picked menu. We've recently started teaching classes in our Manayunk location (with FREE off street parking) and occasionally throw a cooking party! This class is in our Philadelphia location: Mother's Day Dumplings Class w. a 'Mom-osa' bar + Dessert Celebrate Mother's Day with a "Mom-osa" & a flower for mom and the gift of learning how to make scrumptious dumplings together; vegetarian & meat filled, traditional & modern, steamed, pan & deep fried. (This class uses pork and sesame.) Enjoy making a crunch topping using a torch for your creme-brulee style cheesecake! A 'Mom-osa' & fruit & herb infused beverages will be served (you can also BYOB if you wish). Classes run about 2.5 hours. All ages welcome. (These classes are packed w cooking tips and restaurant tricks.  Lot's of food, lots of fun, lots of info!) For more information and for additional classes we are offering Click here (to go to LetsCultivateFood's website) Click here (to go directly to our Cooking Classes in Manayunk page)  All ages welcome to this feast! Classes run about 2.5 hours. Please note this event is also posted on other sites as well as seen in our social networks.  This class may fill up at any time based on cross-marketing channels. FAQs What are my parking options for the event? We have easy, FREE off street parking in the back. Come in through the back DECK where you'll see hanging string lights and the tiki torches. What can I bring into the event? Drinks are made for the class but you can BYOB if you wish. In an effort to 'go green' and so that we may update recipes from time to time, we do not print recipes but will provide online access to the recipes at the class so you can view and print on demand as needed. What is the refund policy? If you ca
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