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In association with the wonderful Les Dames d’Escoffier Washington, D.C. Chapter and the talented Dame Amy Riolo, I am honored to present an event on the regional curries of India at Chef KN Vinod‘s terrific restaurant Indique. Space is very limited and I am told the event is selling out! Come join us!
Les Dames d’Escoffier
Washington, D.C. Chapter
invites you to 
 A Regional Tour of Indian Curries at Indique
Dame Monica Bhide and Chef K.N. Vinod team up to provide a delicious look at the variety of curries found in the Indian subcontinent. Join us as we explore the different curries (both veg and non-veg) of
India.  Monica will present an informative seminar on the regional cuisines of India and her presentation will end with India’s most popular curry imports: Butter Chicken!  “Just as every state and sub-region in the U.S. South has its own version of barbecue, every region and sub-region of India has its own curry. Think of it this way: you can have a simple chicken curry five nights of the week and each one is completely different from the other. For a country that boasts over 30 types of cuisines within its borders this is an easy task to accomplish,” says Monica Bhide.One of the oldest known civilizations, India has greater cultural, culinary, geographic, linguistic and religious diversity within its borders than, say, Europe. Home to a billion people, speaking over a dozen languages and of hugely different ethnicities, India boasts at least thirty-five recognized cuisines.  Each cuisine is greatly influenced by local ingredients, geography, history and religion. At the end of the evening, Monica will sign copies of her new novel, Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken.
DATE:    Tuesday, September 27, 2016
PLACE:  Indique, 3512-14 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20008
              (202) 244-6600
TIME:   6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
PRICE:  Members of the Public $90;  Dames (Members Only) $80.
Ticket price includes a copy of Monica’s book, Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken, everything on the menu below, one glass of wine or Mango Lassi, and gratuities. Non-member’s price includes a $10 tax exempt donation to Les Dames d’Escoffier scholarships.
RESERVATIONS:   Reservation or cancellation deadline September 20, 2016
METRO: Cleveland Park Station is just a few feet from the restaurant.
PARKING: Street parking

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Family-Style Dinner

Chicken Tikka Makhani (Butter Chicken)
Chicken Curry
Lamb Roganjosh
Konkani Fish Curry
Macher Jhol
Pork Vindaloo
Lal Maas
Potato Uralakizhangu
Pulao Rice
Cucumber Raita
Assorted Breads

Wine or Mango Lassi
(Ticket price includes full menu above. 
 Anything extra is not included in the ticket price)
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(I will also be signing copies of my forthcoming novel, Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken, at the event)
Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken

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