Vegan Mediterranean/ Lebanese cooking class
Date(s) - 01/28/2022
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
CB Health & Wellness Center
by CB Health & Wellness Center
About this event
Join us to experience how to cook traditional Lebanese food. Haft of my family is Lebanese and we have been cooking these type of food weekly. I would love to share with you healthy and easy ways to eat this delicious food.
We will learn:
- Falafel (air fried and pan fried)
- Tahini sauce
The class will be done at CB Health and Wellness Center on the 28th of January at 6:30pm.CB Health & Wellness center is located at 305 East 119th street, NY NY 10035
Each class consist on up to 7 people, 1 on each table at the center and unlimited online. Each table will be cooking a specific recipe and also learning from the other tables. I will explain how to do each recipe and also we will be working together to make each recipe perfect!
After all the recipes are done everybody will be tasting the recipes they made and talking about their experience
An evening to spend with friends and to have a great time after work. Space is limitedto up to 7 people.
Social distancing and masks are required, There will also be gloves , alcohol and antibacterial soap.
Vaccination is Required!
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