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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 now because the new fall schedule of classes has just been released. Here are the dates and other info you may need:

Saturday, August 29, 11-2pm Classic Indian Cuisine

Saturday, September 12, 11-2pm Traditional Vegetarian Fare Saturday, September 19, 11-2pm  Classic Indian Cuisine
Wednesday, September 23, 11-2pm Vegetarian Delights

Saturday, October 03, 11-2pm Flavors from the Beaches of Goa
Saturday, October 10, 11-2pm Traditional Vegetarian Fare
Saturday, October 24, 11-2pm Murg Makhani (Butter Chicken) and the Works

Saturday, November 07, 11-2pm Royal Lamb Rogan Josh
Saturday, November 14, 11-2pm Vegetarian Delights
Saturday, November 21, 11-2pm Holiday Entertainment

Ayesha's Kitchen
9105 SW 115th Terrace
Miami, FL 33176

$75.00 per guest per class (includes cooking demonstration, copy of easy to follow recipes and a wonderful sit-down meal). Pre-registration is required. Register early as seating is limited. Your seat will be confirmed only when payment is received. You can pay via PayPal or write a check payable to Ayesha D'Mello and mailed to 9105 SW 115th Terrace, Miami, FL 33176.

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