The Wikipedia page for cuisine of Bosnia and Herzegovina cuisine uses the word "typical" three times and "tradition" five times. Though ingredients like beef, rice, pasta, sour cream and cheese are wholesome and timeless, this Balkan country's food is far from unremarkable: There's something special about dishes like tarhana (noodle soup), cufte (meatballs) and rastika (meat and rice rolled in kale). Find out what it is that sets Bosnian and Herzegovinian food apart during the Bosnian Cooking and Educational Series, where you will learn not only how to prepare dishes but about the history, culture and people of Bosnia. To reserve your space, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-376-1120. Tickets are $10.