via myspace.com/pauloakenfoldWe always have to wait till Ultra or WMC to catch a glimpse of Paul Oakenfold in action. While we appreciate the Brit coming down to visit us every March, once a year just isn't enough.
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Photo by Lee KleinClass mealWe've raved in the past about Ayesha D'Mello's Indian cooking classes. For $75 you get to learn specific regional recipes (usually for six to eight dishes) in a fun environment -- and then feast on the always-delectable end results. I took the class a year or so ago an ... More >>
If you like eating Indian food and don't know how to prepare it, I highly recommend Ayesha D'Mello's cooking class. Ayesha is really good at teaching this, the meal at the end of the class is delectable, and you will actually be able to recreate the dishes at home with relative ease. We mention this ... More >>
First thing you do is drive to East Kendall. Yes, I know that's not exactly Miami, but would you have read this if I said "Best Indian food in East Kendall?" I didn't think so.Next you head to Ayesha's Kitchen to learn how to cook the best Indian food in Kendall or Miami. If she is home she'll likel ... More >>