Local Music Events
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Dates and times:Wednesday, October 5 - 7:00 PMTuesday, October 11 - 7:00 PMSunday, October 16 - 3:00PM
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RECIPE OF THE MONTH
- Italian Tomato, Onion, and Butter Pasta
- The Participant Observer Cookbook
- Taste Atlas (outside link)
Cool site with lots of dishes from around the world.
ETHNIC & INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
- African Food Markets
- Asian Food Markets
- European Food Markets
- Latin American and Caribbean Food Markets
- Middle Eastern and Western Asian Food Markets
ETHNIC & INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS
- San Diego Area African Restaurants
- Asian Restaurants
- San Diego Area European Restaurants
- San Diego Area Latin American & Caribbean Restaurants
- San Diego Middle Eastern & Western Asian Restaurants
Located in Northpark, Hipcooks offers cooking classes using organic and local foods.
- Sur La Table
Sur La Table's cooking classes specialize in international cuisine, with three locations in San Diego County.
With Cozymeal's cooking classes, you have the option of learning how to cook dishes from around the world, right in the comfort of your own home!
- Little Italy Mercato Tour and Cooking Class Cook alongside a real Italian-raised chef. First you'll pick authentic ingredients at the vibrant Little Italy Mercato Farmers Market. You'll then whip up a 4-course Italian feast in the home of your chef-guide!
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The San Diego Participant Observer is a publication of The Worldview Project, a 501(c)3 educational non-profit dedicated to promoting greater cross-cultural awareness, understanding and engagement. The Worldview Press was founded in 2001 by anthropologist Thomas Johnston-O'Neill, Ph.D., who serves as the executive director. In 2009 the organization was officially renamed the Worldview Project. Our efforts are t has benefited and continues to benefit from extremely generous and energetic help from a large number of interns and volunteers who hail from diverse walks of life and from many countries. In addition to publishing The San Diego Participant Observer, the Worldview Project also develops and deploys online resources, print publications and events that encourage greater cross-cultural interest and knowledge.
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