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Pink Wine Night, Summer Comfort Class, and Groovy Cake in Today's Eater's Digest

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Pink Wine Night
Tonight from 6 to 9 the Arizona Princess Program and My Florist Cafe will be hosting an educational networking event to raise awareness for their unique program that provides an outlet for Arizona girls in the foster care system.. Rub elbows with other professionals while sipping on wine, sampling gourmet cheeses, and listening to the sweet sounds of pianist Nicole Pesce. $25 per person includes wine tasting and snacks. All proceeds will benefit the Arizona Princess Program. RSVP not required, just show up!

Cooking Comfort
Kitchen Challenged? Why not squeeze in a Wednesday night cooking class to brush up on your skills? Scottsdale culinary kitchen AndyFood wants to teach you how to cook up summertime classics with their hands-on couples friendly Summer Comfort cooking class. Wednesday night from 6:30 to 9:30. Learn how to make delicious dishes like Corn Pudding, Bourbon Beef Chili and Pineapple Shortcakes with Chef Andy Broder. The class costs $65 per person and reservation are required. Click here for details.

Groovy Cake
Trip out on this Tie Dye Cake, man! A fun dessert that mixes candy and cake to create a bright attention grabbing addition to parties. No one will want to miss out on a slice of this sugary heaven.

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