On your vacation or staycation in the Magic City, maybe you never want to leave Miami Beach and have all of your meals sent to your suite at the Fontainebleau or Setai. Maybe you want to take a walking tour through Little Havana and eat every single empanada you see. Or maybe you want to learn how the city ticks by understanding what goes on in its kitchens. There's no better place to do that than in Romi Naparstek's kitchen. Naparstek grew up in Argentina and attended the Argentine Institute of Gastronomy. Since opening her kitchen, she's partnered with the Wolfsonian and the Jewish Museum of Florida. But the heart of what Naparstek does is simple: She teaches you how to make a mean churro, pastelito, alfajor, or any other Latin American staple you can imagine. Individual classes start at $75 per person.
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