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April 22, 2009
Posted by talin

Upcoming free events!

We’ve got some really special cooking events coming up in the next couple of weeks.

Scott Sharot will be teaching a Thai cooking class this Wednesday, April 29, and a Dim Sum class on May 2.  His classes are a lot of fun, and you learn how to make all of these wonderful foods from scratch.  There is still some availability, but don’t wait until the day of the class to show up, or we might have to turn you down if the class is already full!  Just click here to start the registration: http://www.talinmarket.com/classsection.html

On Saturday & Sunday, May 2 & 3, House Foods, known for their Hinoichi tofu, will be sponsoring cooking demonstrations of Japanese Curries from 10 AM – 3:00 PM by our Japanese section.  Although not as spicy as Indian ones, Japanese curries are quite tasty, and are quick and easy to make.  Any less work, and it would come in a box to heat up in the microwave.  Still, stop by and we’ll show you in person how to make it.

And finally, please be sure to stop by the brand-new National Museum of Atomic Science & History on Saturday May 2 between 10:00 and 2:00 for the annual Asian Heritage Month celebrations!  There will be traditional Asian performances, as well as food tastings.  It will be lots of fun for the whole family.

Talin Market will be there to show you how to roll sushi and spring rolls!  Oh, and there’s a brand-new museum for you explore as well.  There are new exhibits including a special car that’s dubbed “the Oppenheimer limo”, that was rescued and restored.  The event is sponsored by the Sandia Labs, the Museum, and Talin.  The museum’s located on Eubank, a few blocks south of Central.  You can learn more about the museum here: http://www.nuclearmuseum.org.

Sorry for the wrong information, but the museum event is not exactly free, but included as part of the admission.  Tickets are $8, $7 for seniors, $5 for children over 6.  Kids under 6 are free.

Hope to see you at these events!

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