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NYC Summer of Thai Cooking

All of those in the NYC area who are fans of May Kaidee recipes are in luck. Throughout the month of August May will be offering private cooking classes, demonstrations and ingredient tours in Chinatown.

Please check out the Kickstarter campaign for more information.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/maykaidee/may-kaidees-nyc-summer-of-thai-cooking

Happy cooking!

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