A Night in Georgia: Georgian Spices, Wine, Music, and Snacks
Georgian food and wine have been making a splash in DC lately. If you've tasted them before, you know why. If not, here's your chance to find out. Join Bazaar Spices and Jenny Holm from The Georgian Table (http://georgiantable.com/) for a night in Georgia! (Click here to read our Q + A with Jenny Holm (http://www.spicydc.com/2015/07/q-with-jenny-holm.html))
Jenny will show you how to make your own khinkali dumplings and prepare badrijani nigvzit (fried eggplant rolls with walnut-garlic filling). Enjoy a spread of Georgian appetizers, sip wines made from native grapes, listen to live folk music, and learn how to use Georgian herbs and spices like zesty adjika pepper rub, ground marigold petals, blue fenugreek, and more to add depth and color to your own cooking, no matter what type of cuisine you're making. You'll take home a Georgian spice sampler and recipes to use them in at home.
Click here to read about delicious Georgian food (http://www.spicydc.com/2015/07/georgian-spiced-grilled-lamb-and-chicken.html), spices (http://www.spicydc.com/2015/07/new-georgian-spices.html), and get ideas for a few exciting recipes (http://www.spicydc.com/2014/03/not-your-average-kidney-beans.html).