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Getting Sticky One Last Time

I'm on the brink of my last cooking class weekend for 2009, to be held at The Sticky Rice Cooking School at Stirling in the Adelaide Hills.

Sticky Rice Action:

There's still a few vacancies if you hurry.

Sticky Rice Cooking School,
Stirling, Adelaide Hills, South Australia,
Cookery Workshops.
Sat 28, Sun 29 November 2009,
online bookings or call 08 8339 1314

Saturday features a brand-new class:

“Kurma’s Vegetarian World Tapas”

Syrian Roast Red Pepper, Pomegranate Molasses & Walnut Paste (Muhammara) with Vegetable Crudites,
Moroccan Broad Bean Puree (Bissara) with Toasted Turkish Bread,
Israeli Chickpea Croquettes (Falafel) with Homemade Tahini Sauce,
Skewered BBQ Baby Okra with Herbed Butter,
Brazilian Chayote and Orange Appetiser (Salada de Xuxu),
Feta, Haloumi & Potato Spring Rolls with Green Pea Chutney,
Grilled Panir Steaks with Maple Syrup Marinade,
Spinach Filo Triangles (Spanakopita) with Olive & Tomato Sauce,
Crispy Wonton Wrappers with Mangoes and Cream.

spring rolls:

And Sunday's class is as follows:

“Kurma’s Spice Trail”

Spicy, Sweet & Sour Masoor Dal Soup with Mixed Vegetables,
Orange and Pecan-studded Canadian Wild Rice and Basmati Pilaff,
Cream-infused Delhi-style Panir, Fresh Chili and Dried Fruit-filled Croquettes (Malai Kofta),
Gujarati Fenugreek-scented Pumpkin Curry With Flame-toasted Pappadams,
Tender Griddle-baked Whole-wheat Flatbreads (Chapatis)
Lemon-infused Dubai-style Salad of Fresh Dates, Toasted Turkish Bread, Almonds, Bitter Greens, Fresh Herbs & Feta,
Pakistani-style Creamy Vermicelli Dessert (Kheer Sevian).

well-earned lunch:

Be there, or be square.


Posted by Kurma on 26/11/09; 1:16:57 PM from the dept.

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Sad Day on Sesame Street

sad day:

For all of my US readers enjoying their Thanksgiving holiday...

Thanksgiving dinner’s sad and thankless
Christmas dinner’s dark and blue
When you stop and try to see it
From the turkey’s point of view.

Sunday dinner isn’t sunny
Easter feasts are just bad luck
When you see it from the viewpoint
Of a chicken or a duck.

Oh how I once loved tuna salad
Pork and lobsters, lamb chops too
‘Til I stopped and looked at dinner
From the dinner’s point of view.

– Shel Silverstein, Where the Sidewalk Ends


Posted by Kurma on 26/11/09; 7:51:46 AM from the dept.

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