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Ikea Offers Free Cooking Classes

Food News Meatball plate at Ikea. Photo: roboppy/flickr Swedish meatballs may be the mainstay at the Ikea cafeteria, but the flat-pack furniture chain is branching out.Next month, Ikea will hold five free cooking classes with well-known chefs as part of a marketing campaign with Family Circle, Mediaweek reports.Food University Presented by Family Circle will stop at Ikeas in Seattle (Oct.
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