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VIDEO: If you want to change things up in the kitcken, why not learn to make some traditional Turkish cuisine? Tuba Taskan and Meltem Altintas, Istanbul Cultural Center of Jacksonville, talk about free Turkish cooking classes.

Have you been wanting to change things up in the kitchen? Why not try learning to make some traditional Turkish cuisine? A local group here in Jacksonville is offering free classes every month. Joining me now is Tuba Taskan and Meltem Altintas from the Istanbul Cultural Center of Jacksonville. 3 The Istanbul Cultural Center hosts cooking classes on the second Saturday of every month. The next class is February 8th from 11 a-m to 1 p-m. It's held at the center -- which is located on Southside Boulevard. There's a 5 dollar fee per person -- and you need to R-S- V-P. You can find the link on their website -- A-T-C Center dot org.

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