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    I'd probably go with Thai.

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    They all sound great but I like the idea of bbq Mexican. Sounds like lots of fun. Fish tacos etc. Could give you some fun ideas for summer cooking.

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    If only there was a class that would teach me fabulous nourishing food that looks amazeballs that my dd will eat.

    It would be much better if I could just do them all.

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    What's in the Around the World one? I think that sounds the most interesting to me, maybe. I am also a pretty capable cook so I'm already pretty good with most things, so I'd want something unique.
    Gourmet would be awesome but I worry about $$$. There's no way I could afford to continue cooking with fancy ingredients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Ooh Id do bbq tapas or mexican - great for coming into the warmer months and xmas , you would get some great marinade and spice mix ideas I would think - I'm sure there would be some recipes you could adjust for the kids - and a style you may not know a lot about which I think is more fun to learn and watch
    This! Sounds great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    It depends. If you're going for you. ..some time out and fun. ..I'd do the gourmet one.

    If it's for more practical reasons I'd probably do the healthy eating or BBQ tapas.
    ^This

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    I'd do the gourmet one purely for myself!

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    would prob go gourmet, maybe Thai as a close second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    What's in the Around the World one? I think that sounds the most interesting to me, maybe. I am also a pretty capable cook so I'm already pretty good with most things, so I'd want something unique.
    Gourmet would be awesome but I worry about $$$. There's no way I could afford to continue cooking with fancy ingredients.
    I can't find any info on what's included in the world one.

    I might just bite the bullet and choose one. I'm sure they will all be fun and dd won't eat any of it so that really isn't a factor. I'm loving Mexican at the moment so that might be the way to go.

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