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You'll explore exotic ingredients such as pomegranate syrup, tamarind, za'atar and fenugreek and practice authentic cooking techniques.
Einat Admony, executive chef/owner of Nolita’s Balaboosta, Taïm, and Bar Bolonat, her new venture, presents some of Balaboosta’s signature dishes, each beautifully prepared and bursting with flavor. Her debut cookbook, Balaboosta, features 140 of such exciting recipes, which highlight the spirited ingredients and cooking techniques of the Mediterranean.
Explore the rich and varied food heritage of the Jews from the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia in this truly unique class. This hands-on class will feature a menu of classic dishes from several interesting Sephardi culinary traditions.
Learn to cook the simple, exotic and vibrant cuisine of the Middle East. Class includes the how to’s and techniques of Middle Eastern cooking, the ins and outs on locating and buying special Middle Eastern ingredients that can transform your cooking as well as a discussion on the healthy nutritional information.
Learn about basic Middle Eastern cooking techniques and ingredients and enjoy a delicious authentic meal for less than it would cost to eat at a restaurant. Menu includes Cabbage Salad with Lemony Mint Dressing, Cucumber Yogurt Salad, Baked Chicken with Red Rice Pilaf (Kebseh), Lentil and Bulgur Pilaf with Caramelized Onion (Mujaddara), Butter Cookies, Turkish Coffee,
We start out shopping in the Middle Eastern markets of Atlantic Avenue, where we demystify exotic ingredients and pick up a few things we’ll cook later. Then we head back to Camaje to whip up a few dishes and savor an authentic Middle Eastern spread.
Known for its variety in flavorful dips, salads, and stews, Middle Eastern cuisine is full of delicious and healthful vegetarian dishes that are as important to the main meal as meat dishes are. Rich in color and texture, vegetables are prepared and treated as much as a feast for the eye than as a way to whet the palate.
You will learn to prepare a three-course meal from start to finish. The meal consists of an appetizer, entree, and dessert, with menus changing every few weeks.
From the market and streets of the Middle East come a wonderful array of dishes with different textures, colors, and seasonings.
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In this introductory cooking class, you will learn the fundamentals of Indian cooking including grinding your own Garam Masala!
Join Israeli cooking instructor, culinary tour guide, and cookbook author Orly Ziv for a hands-on Israeli cooking class.
Learn how to prepare some of the typical recipes from her family’s native Aleppo, Syria.
We’ll make Cabbage Salad with Lemony Mint Dressing, Cucumber Yogurt Salad, Baked Chicken with Red Rice Pilaf (Kebseh), Lentil and Bulgur Pilaf with Caramelized Onion (Mujaddara), Butter Cookies, Turkish Coffee and White Coffee.
I will give you the detailed descriptions of spices, sauces and what goes with what and how to flavor the dishes. After that we will prepare curries which are very authentic with vibrant tastes and textures of this rich and fascinating cuisine.
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