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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Street-Food Cooking Classes at La Cocina

Posted By on Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 2:03 PM

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Brian Kimball's Magic Curry Kart recently debuted a weekly lunch service with fellow carts Adobo Hobo and Sweet Constructions, and now Kimball has conceived of yet another way to continue the cooperation among small businesses while promoting the diversity of local street-food offerings. Kimball has linked up with business incubator and commercial kitchen La Cocina for a series of cooking courses taught by pavement-cuisine vendors.

Classes are slated for Mondays, 7-9 p.m., starting with a Kimball-led class on Feb. 28. The course calendar is presently booked through May, and includes the aforementioned, the Chai Cart, Good Foods Catering, Seoul on Wheels, 51st State, Evil Jerk Cart, and more, each making one or more signature dishes.

Class fees run from $70 for one course to package deals (three for $150, five for $225). Purchase online, then call 409-8207 to reserve space in a particular class.

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