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Tres Bon! Three Classic French Stews

Stefanie Kremer
6 - 8:30 p.m. , Thursday February 28 | $50 per person

 The French are experts at concocting rich and robust one-dish meals that are easy to prepare and taste even better made a day ahead! Carol will teach you how to make three classic stews that are enjoyed throughout the French countryside. Reservations required. 



Where: Jungle Jim's Fairfield
Phone: 513-674-6000
Address: 5440 Dixie Hwy.
Website: http://www.junglejims.com/Tres-Bon-Three-Classic-French-Stews/productinfo/CC02282013/

Jungle Jim's Fairfield

5440 Dixie Hwy.
Fairfield, Ohio
45014
 
Often described as an adventure in grocery shopping, your senses will be stretched to the limit from the delectable food samplings, the tantalizing smells emanating from the scratch bakery, brightly colored food displays and the bustle of carts weaving in and out of the amazing assortment of products. Little did owner and store namesake, Jim Bonaminio know when he started his market that he would take grocery shopping to a new level. Jungle Jim’s has grown over the years from a simple roadside stand to a 300,000-square-foot food extravaganza and tourist destination, offering 150,000 different items from over 75 countries around the globe and employing an average of 350 employees.
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