Address and Time
22 de may de 2020, 18:30
About the Event
Join us to experience how to cook traditional Lebanese food. Haft 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:
- Leabanese stuffed grape leaves
- Falafel (air fried and pan fried)
- Tahini sauce
Each class consist of as many people want to join us in their kitchen. Does not matter how many assistants will cook with you. My goal is that you and your family members have a good time and experience a new way of cooking.
I will explain how to do each recipe and also we will be working together to make each recipe perfect!
After all the recipes are done everybody will be tasting all each dish and talking about their experiences.
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Vegan Lebanese Cooking Class