Retailers emphasize the unique characteristics of beer with food-pairing cooking classes
It's Boys' Night Out, but the venue of choice isn't a bar or club. It's a supermarket. That's because it's a beer-themed cooking class, where men who love fine brews and food get the best of both worlds by learning how to prepare meals like BBQ Baby Back Ribs and Jalapeño Coleslaw capped off with Prohibition Ale. The new three-hour cooking class, offered several times a year at Dorothy Lane Market, combines fine craft beers, food, recipes and fun. Long known for its upscale assortment of ...
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