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** A second runner up to Nica is Honduras- THE POPULATION IS ALMOST 80% MESTIZO, and girls have that pocahantas/mestizo look you'll go crazy for.

NOt to mention that gringo status is VERY HIGH (like Medellin in early 90's). A lot of them will look like your typical gringa with green eyes from Tampa Go on Badoo and get a random sample of what everyday girls look like, and shoot a few of them messages to test how they react to you...to have something to fuck as soon as you land!

using meat, produce and herbs from the market to revive Thanksgiving leftovers.

Attached Photo Caption: “Seasonal Palate” cooking class members from the October Staycation Day used Mission Staycation Day Market produce and herbs to create a raw, organic salad.

** A second runner up to Nica is Honduras- THE POPULATION IS ALMOST 80% MESTIZO, and girls have that pocahantas/mestizo look you'll go crazy for. That sucks, as I'd heard San Miguel was a good spot for puss. I still think El Salvador is the best bet for quality ass. A guy I worked with last year that's from there said to stay in San Salvador and La Liberdad, and absolutely NOT go anywhere else in the country. Only difference I found was in the main nightlife spots.

NOt to mention that gringo status is VERY HIGH (like Medellin in early 90's). A lot of them will look like your typical gringa with green eyes from Tampa Go on Badoo and get a random sample of what everyday girls look like, and shoot a few of them messages to test how they react to you...to have something to fuck as soon as you land! That sucks, as I'd heard San Miguel was a good spot for puss. ES had more young well off people that were harder to game while Nica had alot more variety and was easier.

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Market vendors that will be featured in November’s class include Yahweh’s Farm, Buckeye Farms and Perennial Favorites. In this class, students learn to cook using seasonal produce, bringing out the best in farm-fresh ingredients.

Students also develop improvisational skills to adapt to the changing seasons.

Chef Mikal teaches his classes with easy-to-follow cooking techniques and educates students about the nutritional value of the items in each dish.

In the spring of 2009 we helped the Spirit of Hope Youth Ranch with some needed plumbing services to their facility.

We appreciate the opportunity to give back and thank them for the opportunity to help out.