You don't need to buy a Tofurky to have the most succulent holiday feast imaginable. Join Sara for luscious ideas to set a beautiful table for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah and the New Year. Recipes include hearty Lentil Loaf, Festive Winter Salad and Cranberry Relish, Maple Glazed Brussels Sprouts and Pumpkin Chia Pudding! DEMO, level: beginning.

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Class meets at our eastside location.

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