Join Chef Sudhir Seth and me a free online guide to making North Indian breads in your home kitchen. These breads are the taste of home for me — wholesome breads prepared with simple ingredients and simple cooking methods. There are many different types of breads in North India. They can be prepared in the tandoor (clay oven, as is done in many restaurants), dry roasted, cooked on a griddle, or deep-fried. They can be prepared plain, or stuffed with savory or sweet filling, or just topped with mouthwatering garnishes.
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2:00 pm Sacred Foods of India (Potomac F... @ Cascades Library
Sacred Foods of India (Potomac F... @ Cascades Library
Jan 20 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Join food and travel writer Monica Bhide as she leads you through the temples, mosques, and gurudwaras of India’s most prominent religions by way of their sacred foods. Entertainment by the Mudra Arts Center and[...]
2:00 pm How to Write a Cookbook (Potomac... @ Cascades Library
How to Write a Cookbook (Potomac... @ Cascades Library
Feb 17 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Learn what makes a good cookbook and how to write one. Whether it’s a collection of family recipes, a fundraiser for your church or non-profit or to showcase your restaurant, this seminar will help you.[...]
7:30 pm Meet author Monica Bhide (Vienna... @ Patrick Henry Library
Meet author Monica Bhide (Vienna... @ Patrick Henry Library
May 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Meet Monica Bhide, author of Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken, which is “set in contemporary India and seasoned with gentle love, dramatic loss, enchanting poetic verse, and exotic food”. Books available for sale[...]