VIRTUAL Vegan Mediterranean/ Lebanese cooking class
Date(s) - 01/26/2022
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
CB Health & Wellness Center
Wed, January 26, 2022
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST
About this event
About the Event
Join us to experience how to cook traditional Lebanese food. Halft 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)
This class is an interactive class in which we all be cooking at the same time. The teacher will be cooking and showing you all the steps to create the perfect meal and you will be cooking at home.
You will need to a phone, tablet, or computer to be pointing to where you are cooking and also to get all the ingredient for the class. Some classes require that you have some steps of the recipes done before the class.
I promise you will have a great experience and taste a great dish.
You are allowed to have helpers with you at the kitchen when we are having the class.
See you soon
After all the recipes are done everybody will be tasting the recipes they made and talking about their experiences.
An evening to spend with friends and to have a great time after work.
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