A Traditional Moroccan Shabbat Dinner
Friday, April 25, 7PM
Part of why we founded NYSHUK was to keep our culinary traditions alive and give the opportunity to experience those lost artistry rituals we talk about it.
In order for that to happen, we teach.
We enjoy sharing our knowledge and passion with everyone, and offer an array of classes; for kids or adults, hands-on or a demonstrations, one on one or groups, all skill levels are welcome to explore the realm of Jewish Middle Eastern food.
For our private cooking class we offer a complete personalized menu, hands–on instructions in the convenience of your own home. You will receive a recipe book and enjoy a complete meal.
The Art of Couscous-
In this class we will give an in-depth look at what exactly is The Art of Couscous, and what it means to ‘hand roll’ your couscous. How to make it from scratch? What is the best technique to make it? What equipment is needed in order to get the best result? We will teach and taste the differences between Moroccan & Tunisian couscous and between sweet & savory couscous.
A traditional Moroccan Friday dinner-
An insight to our own family’s Friday night dinner. We will show you how to make hand rolled couscous, tanzeya, a special dried fruit and nut stew served with slow roasted lamb, and various salads to accompany dinner.
A whole world of salads-
In North African & Middle Eastern cooking, you start your meal, by eating an array of different salads with fresh bread. You will learn the different techniques and ingredient needed to create such rich and flavorful salads.
*Cost varies according to size, location and menu choices
*Please contact us to get more information.
These are pictures from our Haven’s Kitchen class, Photographs: Eunice Choi