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Every year Nadia Cakes offers unicorn poop cupcakes on April 1. “This is a huge event at the shop, and people go nuts over these. Last year the line went into the street, and the shop was so over capacity that we had to lock the doors and let people in a few at a time,” says Abby Jimenez, owner of Nadia Cakes. If you haven’t figured it out yet, these are a delicious take on April Fool’s Day, and flavor options are abundant. Available March 31 and April 1 only, most flavors are $3.25 each or 12 for $30, six for $16.50 or four for $11.50. Read more about Special Holiday Treats from Nadia Cakes
“There’s nobody doing what I’m doing in the country and that opens people’s eyes,” Kavita Mehta says about her unique cooking classes. Mehta’s classes at Ethnic Foods Co. provide an exclusive look into what cooking in other cultures is like. She specializes in cuisines from all over the world, including Indian, Thai, Chinese and Persian to name a few. One of the most interesting classes Mehta leads is an Ayurveda class, which dives into the methods of Ayurvedic cooking and how important food is to keeping the body healthy. Read more about Ethnic Foods Co. Provides an Internationally Unique Cooking Experience
“The less clutter, the easier it is to keep any space clean,”—Mike Soukup, director of sales and marketing for ServiceMaster by Hedden.
It’s that time of year again. Read more about Local Cleaning Crews Offer Tips, Advice for Spring Cleaning