Slow Food O’ahu Cooking Club: Turkish Dinner – February 8, 2015 – FIVE (5) SPACES LEFT
Private Home on the Windward Side (Hauula) 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
On Sunday, February 8, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. the Slow Food Cooking Club will prepare a Turkish meal, and of course, consume it. The meal will consist of:
* Ezogelin çorbası, Red lentil and bulgur soup with dried mint and chili pepper
* Zeytinyağlı taze fasulye, Green runner beans cooked in olive oil with onion, garlic and tomato
* Kabak mücveri, Zucchini patties with herbs and cheese
* Hünkar beğendili kuzu, Lamb stew in tomato sauce on smoky eggplant puree
* İncir tatlısı, Walnut-stuffed figs in syrup
Anyone wishing wine or beer is encouraged to bring their own. The cost, excluding alcohol, of the event is $25 for members and $30 for non-members. The cost includes the ingredient expenses. Copies of recipes will be provided prior to the event on line and a hard copy at the event. The necessary cooking equipment will be provided. There is a lot of cutting and chopping necessary so bringing your own favorite knife is always a good idea. The event is limited to 12 individuals. The event will take place at a beach house in Hauula. Directions will be provided to those attending byFebruary 1, 2015.
To register, go to: bit.ly/sfoevents.
About the Slow Food Cooking Club…
Here’s how it works: A group of Slow Food enthusiasts gather in a home. The size of the group is determined by the venue and recipes. The host determines the price to cover the cost of ingredients. The host provides the ingredients and guides the group through the preparation of meal. Then the group discusses the preparation and consumes the meal. It is a learning event for all. The host is not expected to be an expert, only a convener, facilitator, and shopper of ingredients. The host is reimbursed for the direct costs of hosting the event. If anyone is interested in learning about hosting a cooking club event, please call David Bangert at (808) 293-2981 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org