Come join us as Chef Maria Troxell makes some of her favorite recipes out of Yotam Ottolenghi’s famous cookbook, “Jerusalem”. The cookbook is filled with exotic recipes, who’s origins stem from every place you can imagine, as Jerusalem itself is a melting pot of food cultures and cooking traditions. Ottolenghi’s approach is more like a road-map than exact directions — but the ingredients are unusual and fragment and surprising in so many ways. Come cook and eat with us, and give it a try! Wine, appetizers, instruction and light meal included…
The final menu for the evening:
Burnt Eggplant with Lemon & Pomegranate Seeds
Braised Eggs with Lamb Tahini & Sumac
Rice and Orzo
Mixed Bean Salad
Coconut Marmalade & Semolina Cake.
Recipe packet included. Cookbook is not included.
Class limit: 14-16
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