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Cooking Classes and Wine Tastings at Arizona Biltmore

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If you're looking for a gift for your favorite foodie, or just someone who needs to start learning how to not burn toast in the kitchen, the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa is offering several cooking classes and wine tastings through the end of the year--and we can think of a couple people who could benefit.

This Saturday, December 19, there's a class for $45 called "Chocolate, Chocolate and More Chocolate," where students will learn how to make classic Biltmore recipes. Every day after that through December, there's a different class/tasting, including courses in making holiday cookies and brunch-tastic meals, as well as seasonal wine sippings and cheese pairings.

The events range in price from $25-$45, and they all begin at 2 p.m. For more info or to sign up, call (602) 381-7632.

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