Grange Notes by Tim Swartz, President (with everyone’s help) for May 24, 2018
Flavors from the other side of the world, with ingredients from nearby
Farmers’ Market ingredients, and how to transform them
At the Baking Workshop in March, we were lucky to attract a local with experience in a different kind of cooking–Delna Boyce is an accomplished cook from India, who has worked as a caterer–and even better, she wanted to teach others how to do it!
We signed her up for a workshop as soon as we could–and it’s coming up Saturday, June 2nd, from 1:00 to 4:00. We have room for 10 people–so sign up soon, or ask any questions by emailing: email@example.com, or leaving a message at: 802-229-9425.
Delna will be teaching Indian recipes and how to cook them, including how to find the ingredients. This won’t require you to send away for a lot of strange-sounding spices, legumes or greens, but rather to use locally available ones. I’m sure we’ll also learn about ways to explore further, too! This is a rare opportunity to learn from someone who grew up with the many flavors of Indian cooking.
We aren’t charging an admission fee for this–but we hope you will make a donation to cover the costs of the ingredients Delna is purchasing for this class!
- Mango Lassi
- Aloo Gobi
- Chapati and Paratha
- Dal with greens
Singing new anthems
- Lift Every Voice and Sing
- America the Beautiful
- These Green Mountains Are My Home