Posts tagged ‘Indian’

How to make Chai Tea Lattes at home for pennies.

Chai Tea Cover 4-13I am new to Chai Tea Lattes.  I am not a coffee drinker, so I rarely go into Starbucks.  I know…I’m unusual.  So what else is new? When I do enter a Starbucks, I will purchase a cup of mint tea. But since our Indian Street Food Cooking Class, I’ve discovered Chai Tea Lattes.   Make it hot and add whole milk and a little sugar.  Nice!  It does have caffeine, which I don’t do, but on occasion, I would like to enjoy a cup of this unique beverage. (more…)

May 2, 2013 at 10:53 am 2 comments

Indian Street Food Cooking Class – April 11, 2013

Papri Chat, Samosa House.

Papri Chat, Samosa House.

Our Indian Street Food Cooking Class on Thursday, April 11 6:00 – 9:00 at the Holy Nativity Community Hall will introduce you to some traditional Indian delicacies that you can make easily at home. (more…)

March 20, 2013 at 9:04 am 3 comments

Chicken Curry stars in Foods of India Cooking Class

How good was our Foods of India Cooking Class?   As I was unpacking near midnight, my sweetie who just arrived home said he’d like to taste our creations, but that he wasn’t that hungry.  Two plates of food later, he declared that this was the most amazing Indian food he had ever tasted! (more…)

June 20, 2012 at 12:04 pm 2 comments

Mango Lassi – an Indian Smoothie for Summer!

It’s Mango Season!  When I found mangoes 4 for $1 at my local Von’s store, I knew it was time for Mango Lassis at our Indian Cooking Class.  Then I went to Camp Blogaway, where the Mango Board was one of the sponsors and I came home with six more mangoes just in time for my Cooking Class.  We went through all but one.  Yesterday I received seven more mangoes in a nice package from the Mango Board.  What to do with all these mangoes?   Well – I am planning to test a Mango Chili Ginger Cobbler for my June 14 Knife Skills Cooking Class, so bring it on! (more…)

May 30, 2012 at 1:23 pm 5 comments

Foods of India Cooking Class – May 9, 2012

Indian spices in elegant silver tins.

I had the fabulous pleasure of cooking with my Indian neighbor, Zenith in October.  Zenith has a natural touch when it comes to cooking.  She has a silver tin containing all her precious spices.  The beautiful presentation makes me think of how I imagined Christopher Columbus and the spice traders of old treating their valuable spices with such care. (more…)

April 19, 2012 at 11:26 am 2 comments


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Patricia K. Rose

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