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December 22, 2007

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Melanie

It's really too bad that you could not have hands on experience. I would love to find somewhere to take cooking classes where I can actually partake in the food preparation.

Karen

Melanie- There are several places you can go for a hands-on cooking experience. Check out Milwaukee Recreation. Here's a link to some of the cooking classes coming up this winter https://www.milwaukeerecreation.net/activity-guide/adult-enrichment.pdf

Eric and I are looking into the sushi making class or "A Taste from All over the World" or cake decorating.

clyde monroe

healthy eating? what about vegetarian cuisine? lets not forget, just because www.peta.org has available online and snail mail - a bunch of delicious recipes - that you dont have to be a vegan or a lameo to enjoy vegetarian cooking!

Sherry

Thank you for visiting the Market for Suzanne's class. We appreciate your input! We just wanted to let you know that the Market hours changed awhile back. Here are the new hours if you don't mind updating the information:

Hours: Monday-Friday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Thanks! Hope to see you again at the Market!

Karen

Sherry,

I made the changes. Thanks for filling me in. I'm glad the Public Market is open on Mondays now - it's my night off!

Thanks for checking out Play in the City too!

Acai Berry

Nice bog you have here. I pretty much lurk the internet when I'm bored and read all I can about the organic lifestyle, but I really liked you view on things. I'll bookmark the site and subscribe to the feed!

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