Following on from the success of our Sudanese cookery demonstration and tasting in February, we're expanding our culinary horizons even further. We're pleased to announce a Bengali cookery workshop with Shahnaz Ahsan.
Here's a taste of the menu to be covered:
Puchka (puffed puris stuffed with chickpeas and eaten with tamarind)
Tandoori baked salmon
Roasted aubergine steaks
Tomato and spring onion lentils
Shemai (a Bengali lokshen pudding/kugel! Uses vermicelli noodles, ghee, milk and coconut)
The cost will be £35 per class member, covering 2.5 hours tuition and a meal. The workshop will be limited to 10 participants.
Shahnaz is of Bangladeshi heritage, was raised in Yorkshire, and proudly calls herself an East Ender. A professional food writer and founder of The Tiger Kitchen, Shahnaz has been cooking with love since she first learnt how to work a stove. Shahnaz also has a Kol Nefesh connection through the Bram family, having married Avi Bram (son of Hila and Aaron) last year!
Click here for Shahnaz's website.
Date: Sunday May 13.
Time: 11am to 1.30pm, followed by lunch for participants.
Location: A member's home in Totteridge.
Cost: £35 per participant.
Booking: Please register via Nicola at firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment can be made via bank transfer or cheque (contact Nicola for details).