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Mediterranean Cooking with Eggplants

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Instructor

Amy Riolo

Location

Bethesda

Class Type

Participation

May 19 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$95.00

ON THE MENU:

"Turkish Eggplant Rice Pilaf, Tender Lamb Morsels over Eggplant Béchamel Puree, Eggplant Salad, Amalfi Coast Cinnamon and Chocolate Covered Eggplant"

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7 people are attending Mediterranean Cooking with Eggplants

  • Jill Allbritton
  • Lisa Gomer
  • Irena Rucinskas
  • Cina Karodeh
  • Ronald Watkins
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