The Long and Winding Road

It’s Saturday and I’m up early, sorting out my life. The kitchen is half set-up for a cookery class entitled “A Passage to India”. The last 12 classes have given me and my home kitchen a good workout, but I am looking forward to sharing some of my favourite recipes, having saved the best till last.

idli:

“A Passage to India”

Cashew-Studded South-Indian Steamed Semolina Breads (Rawa Idli)
Spicy Hot-and-Sour Toor-dal (Sambar)
Chili, Curry Leaf & Mustard-infused Coconut Chutney
Moghul-style Cumin-flavoured Rice (Jeera Pulao)
Succulent Gujarati Pumpkin
Puffed Fried Sesame Breads (Til poories)
Succulent Milk Fudge Balls in Rose-scented Syrup (Gulab Jamuns)

spicy sambar dal:

The seven ladies that are booked to attend today will arrive in a few hours. The class will be repeated tomorrow with a new batch of students, then it’s all over for 2007. Well, the classes at my home anyway.

gulabs:

In a few days I head off on a mini-tour, for just a few weeks. And then…overseas. But for now, here’s a list of where you can catch me around Australia for a bit of Kurma Cooking:

Govinda’s, Darlinghurst, NSW
Morning Cookery Workshop, Saturday 6 October
Class full.

World Wide Cooking School, Erina, NSW
Evening Cooking Class, Wednesday 10 October
For Bookings call (02) 4369 4297

Duck Under the Table Cookery School
Wingham NSW
Morning Cookery Workshop, Saturday 13 October
For Bookings call (02) 6553 4057

‘Food Stuff’, Mona Vale NSW
Evening Cookery Workshop, Tuesday 16 October
For Bookings call (02) 9999 3033

Canberra’s Cooking Co-Ordinates
Belconnen Markets, ACT
Morning Cookery Workshop, Saturday 20 October
Bookings (02) 6253 5132

The Retreat at Froog-Moore Park,
Tamworth NSW
Weekend Cookery Workshops
POSTPONED TO MAY 2008
For Bookings call Sandy on (02) 6766 3353

Posted by Kurma on 29/9/07; 5:50:42 AM

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