The Turkish cuisine is considered to be one of the richest kitchens in the world. So let's meet and Learn the secrets of preparing traditional, authentic Turkish dishes and enjoy a delicious meal as we take you on a journey through the Kitchens of Anatolia.
These cooking class will be held the first or second Saturday of each month from 4pm to 6pm.
The registration fee is $15 per person/per class*. The fee includes all food, cooking utensils, instruction and a full meal to eat following class (no little samples or bites here :) ).
When you register for three classes and pay up front your fourth class is free. The registration fee can be paid by personal check or cash. Please make checks payable to Pacifica Institute.
Place: Pacifica Institute
Address: 10171 Pacific Mesa Blvd. San Diego CA 92121
To register: simply RSVP through meetup OR via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Merhaba dear All,
I am delighted to share that we will be hosting another delicious Turkish cooking class on April 27th, Saturday from 4 to 6 pm.
Recipes will include Green Lentil Soup and Eggplant Mousakka.
Soups have a special place in Turkish cuisine and the meals mostly start with them. This green lentil soup is one of my favorites; rich in fiber and protein, very delicious and easy to make.
If you've traveled in the Balkans, Greece, Turkey and the eastern Mediterranean, you're probably familiar with a delicious, layered eggplant and meat casserole called 'moussaka.' Moussaka is a dish served throughout this region in countries that were once part of the Ottoman empire.
The joy of this special dish is that you can prepare in advance and give a gentle reheat before serving – and you get to enjoy your company. Once cooked, mousakka freezes successfully too.