POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE: Healthy Indian Gourmet Cooking Series

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POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE: Healthy Indian Gourmet Cooking Series

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This series is a blend of information and cooking instruction. The series will serve as an introduction to Indian Cuisine and will include information on how geography has dictated flavors in India. This class is Tuesday, May 17th from 5:30-7:30pm at the Latah County Fairgrounds Kitchen (located at 1021 Harold Street in Moscow). This month we will learn how to make our own Garam Masala, as well as Chola (garbanzos in a spicy tomato gravy), and Carrot Halva (a dessert). 

Each month will build on the previous month, but can also be taken as an individual class. For this reason classes are priced individually. Fees for this class are $35 for Community Members and $30 for Co-op Owners

This class series will provide demonstrations and instructions on how to cook a variety of regional healthy vegetarian and non-vegetarian snacks, entrees and desserts. The series will also touch on Indian culture and the inter-play with Ayurveda medicines that date back 5000 years.

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Instructor Bio: Max Manjit Mohan was born and raised in Bombay, India a.k.a. Mumbai and graduated from Sydenham College, University of Bombay. He traveled all over India sourcing fabrics, garments and handicrafts for Western markets and was introduced to it's diverse regional cuisines and culture. In 1973  he began an Import-Export business in New York distributing fashion goods to major retailers.  Max "did New York" and become a true  foodie; introduced to International cuisine in Little Italy, China Town and a burgeoning Little India, among others .  Every New York Times  review of new restaurants that earned 3 stars, Max would try out. He would replicate the dishes in his studio apartment on 28th and Lexington Avenue.

Visit tillis-kitchen.com for more information about Max as well as upcoming classes.