Upcoming Events & Appearances
Friday, November 4 (Chicago-Lincoln Park)
Whole Foods, Lincoln Park
Basic Biryani (One Pot Meal)
Join Anupy for a course on how to make the classic Indian one-pot meal, Biryani. She will show you the steps and spices needed to make vegetarian biryani, and explain how to add meat and fish if you choose to do so at home. You’ll eat it like a local topped with a fried egg and spiced yogurt raita on the side. This class is vegetarian, gluten free, and can be modified to be vegan as well. We start promptly at 7:00pm at the Lincoln Park location (1550 N. Kingsbury). $10 per person, includes demonstration style, 1½ hour class. To sign up, please see a Team Member at Whole Food's Customer Service Desk or call at 312.587.0648.
Saturday, November 5 (Chicago-Lincoln Park)
Read It & Eat
SCOTCH and KABOBS: Indian for Everyone paperback book launch
Same great recipes, new lighter, softer cover for Anupy's beautiful third cookbook, Indian For Everyone. Pick a copy up today for yourself or stock up for the holiday. It makes a wonderful hostess gift as well. For this event, we'll pair scotch with some great food - making for a typical Punjabi-style celebration during this Diwali season and Holidays. Please be sure to reserve your spot and books today. We have limited space and Anupy needs to know how much to cook! Register at booklaunch-indianforeveryone.eventbrite.com. We go from 5 - 7:30 p.m. at 2142 N. Halsted St. in Lincoln Park, Chicago. Call 773.661.6158 for more information.
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Friday, November 11, 2016
601 E. Main Street, Collegeville, PA 19426
Come take a cooking class with me. I will hold your hand. You'll learn how easy it is. You got this! I'll teach you time-saving tips and show you the ins and outs of cooking real, authentic Indian food. It's truly that easy. But YOU have to make the time to come. See you there!
Friday, October 14 (Glen Ellyn, Chicago Suburbs)
Marcel’s Culinary Experience
Cooking Class: Biryani and Beyond
Anupy is thrilled to head back to one of her favorite spots, Marcel’s kitchen this fall. You'll learn how to make the perfect one-pot meal, biryani. Anupy will serve you loads of spicy inspiration and you'll have a chance to purchase her spices. Marcel's was one of the first in Chicago land to support and sell the whole Indian As Apple Pie food line from spices to legumes to sauces. They have it all and so can you. Come see us on what promises to be a really fun and special Friday night! Click here to register for class from 6:30 – 9:00pm, $85 per person.
Marcel’s Culinary Experience
490 N. Main Street
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
We'll make: Spinach Pakora with Tamarind Chutney, Biryani Two Ways: Hydrebadi Lamb Biryani and Vegetarian Biryani, Gujarati Dal (Lentils), Yogurt Raita, and for dessert, Besan Pinni.
Chicago area cookbook authors Jocelyn Delk Adams (Grandbaby Cakes), Yvonne Maffei (My Halal Kitchen) and Anupy Singla (Indian for Everyone) discuss their unique perspectives on food, family, culture and cooking. Learn how food can be used not only to nourish the body, but also the spirit, through celebrating heritage, family and community, no matter where in the world you are. This is a not-to-be-missed night! 6-7:30 pm. Harold Washington Library Center. Click here for more information and to reserve your spot.
Thursday, October 6 (Chicago Suburbs - Skokie - Members Only)
Exclusive Professional Women’s Networking Group presents Anupy Singla and Kim Holstein on: Entrepreneurship, Telling Your Story and Inspiring Women
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7300 Monticello Avenue, Skokie, IL 60076
EPWNG Members only click here to sign up.
Saturday, October 1 (Chicago)
Taste Talks Chicago
Foodpreneurship: From Maker to Marketer. 2-2:45 p.m.
Speakers: Anupy Singla (Indian as Apple Pie), Alan Moy (Viet Nom Nom), Ricky Hirsch (Think Jerky), Elaine Vorberg (food business attorney), and Natalie Shmulik (The Hatchery) Moderator: Lizzy Diaz-Ortiz (Kitchen Nomad)
Where: Food Forward Stage Morgan's on Fulton Basement, 950 W Fulton Market
Click here to secure your ticket to this panel and a weekend of networking with local celebrity chefs. It's an event open to all of you, and if you are serious about food it's one you do not want to miss!
May 29: Sambhar Powder derives its origins from Southern India and is often comprised of red chilies, cumin, fenugreek, peppercorns, coriander and a yellow Indian bean called chana dal. In this hands-on cooking class, Anupy will teach students how to create this mix themselves and use it in Sambhar, a spicy lentil and vegetable stew, and Dosa, a gluten-free South Indian crepe made from rice and lentils. Students will also prepare a traditional Coconut Chutney to accompany their Sambhar and Dosa.
June 3: Tandoori Masala is perhaps India’s most ubiquitous spice blend and typically includes cayenne pepper, coriander seeds, cumin, cloves and cardamom. In this hands-on cooking class, Anupy will explain the components of this blend and show you how to create your own Tandoori Masala. Students will then use their prepared mix to make Tandoori Chicken and a Vegetarian/Vegan Tandoori Mushroom Curry. The class will be rounded out with an Indian Flatbread to eat alongside these warming and spicy dishes.
There are two ticket options for this Travel India series: the class alone costs $55, and if you buy all three Travel India classes (May 6th, May 20th and June 3rd) together, you can get them for a combined $148.50 (a savings of 10%). Take advantage and get a great value!
May 6: Garam Masala is a traditional North Indian spice blend often composed of cardamom, nutmeg, bay leaf, peppercorns, mace and cumin. In this hands-on cooking class, Anupy will demystify one of India’s most famous street foods. Students will incorporate this beloved seasoning into an authentic Samosa recipe, learning all of the preparatory steps along the way including: mixing dough from scratch, rolling it out, folding it and filling it with either a vegetarian mix of potatoes and peas or a meat option of spiced minced lamb. In addition to the Samosas, Anupy will demonstrate both a Mint and Tamarind-Date Chutney for dipping.
May 12, with City Olive in Andersonville. Learn about spices that heal with Indian food expert and author, Anupy Singla. She will walk you through the key spices to get into your day and into your food. You will taste a recipe from her book, Indian For Everyone, and have a chance to try her new line of spices and sauces.
Passport to India: Toast & Coast. Join acclaimed local cookbook author Anupy Singla, and Executive Chef Greg Carso, for a journey through India. Enjoy a five-course meal with beverage pairings that celebrates different regions of India from the fiery curries of Punjab to the unique and unforgettable taste of curry leaf and coconut from the Kerala Coast and everything in between.
Friday, March 18, 2016, 6 pm
The Metropolitan Club, 233 S Wacker, 67th Fl, Chicago, IL
$99++ per person, $170++ per couple
Individuals receive one cookbook and each couple receives one cookbook.
Chicago: Whole Foods, Lincoln Park, Friday, Nov. 6 (7 pm) Holiday Sides - Make your Thanksgiving Table the Talk of the Town. Learn how to spice up your holiday table with Indian sides. You'll learn to make spicy poha (a snack made from flattened rice and an Indian-inspired stuffing), curried cranberry sauce, and garam masala roasted Brussels sprouts. Class (1 hour) is only $10. Please sign up soon - seats are going fast. Stop in at the customer service desk (1550 N. Kingsbury St.) or call (312) 587-0648. Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free classes that a meat-eater will love!
Chicago: Read it and Eat!, Lincoln Park, Friday, Nov. 20 (7-9 pm) Let your teens (ages 10-14) take over the kitchen with a cooking class that will teach them new culinary skills, give them a night to hang out with other neighborhood teens and pre-teens and give parents a chance to taste the kids' culinary masterpieces. Parents can sit in the back, socialize and sip wine (BYOB), or step out and return at 8:30 p.m. to eat together. Just in time for the holiday, this November class will embrace Indian cuisine and Thanksgiving favorites by blending the two with Indian-inspired dishes such as Cranberry Chutney and Roasted Masala Brussels Sprouts. This class is brought to you by Read It & Eat, The Kids' Table and Indian As Apple Pie, and gives growing city kids a chance to have a sense of freedom right in Lincoln Park, doing something that's fun with their friends, while under the supervision of instructors and parents. Multiple ticket options are available, beginning at $45. Spots always go fast (we only have 16), so sign up soon through this link!
Chicago: Whole Foods, Lincoln Park, Friday, Dec. 4 (7 pm) The Fine Art of Paneer. The art of paneer, or homemade Indian cheese, is not as difficult as you may think. Join cookbook author Anupy Singla as she breaks down the process and teaches you to make the iconic North Indian dish, mattar paneer, or homemade cheese and peas, basmati rice, and spiced yogurt, or raita. For our vegan friends, Anupy will demonstrate how simple it is to substitute baked tofu. Class (1 hour) is only $10. Please sign up soon - seats are going fast. Stop in at the customer service desk (1550 N. Kingsbury St.) or call (312) 587-0648. Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free classes that a meat-eater will love!
May in Milwuakee, Wisconsin
Thursday, May 14, 5:30 p.m. at Milwaukee Public Market (400 N. Water St.)
I have family in Milwaukee, and always love visiting this fun town. Come watch me give you a basics on Indian cooking and spices at the beautiful Public Market. We'll perfect the art of dal and show you the basic spices you need to stock your Indian kitchen. Sign up now! Seating is limited. Only $29 per person. Click here for more information.
May in Charleston, South Carolina - sponsored by Le Creuset (Memorial Day Weekend)
I am very excited to head to South Carolina to teach a class on Indian cooking for Le Creuset. I will be showcasing their new balti cooking vessel in their World Cuisine Line. We have two exciting events scheduled. I hope to see you all! Did you know that I attended high school for a year in Irmo, South Carolina? The home of the Okra Strut!
Thursday, May 21 from 6 - 8 p.m. at Le Creuset Atelier (116 Ripley Point Drive)
Please reserve your spot for this cooking demonstration and wine tasting. You will also get a copy of Indian For Everyone. The cost is $50 - please click here to register. You must be registered in advance to attend and must be 21 or older.
Friday, May 22 from 5 - 6 p.m. at Le Creuset Boutique (112 N. Market at Meeting)
This a free event in downtown Charleston. I will be answering your questions on Indian cooking and signing copies of my new book. There is no need to register, please just show up!
June in St. Louis, Missouri - buffet dinner at House of India Restaurant
Wednesday, June 03 at 6:30 p.m. (8501 Delmar Blvd.) You will enjoy a buffet dinner inspired by Indian For Everyone and House of India. We will talk about the various regional differences of Indian cuisine, how to properly spice your food, and the growing interest for Indian food in America. It will be a fun, delicious night you just do not want to miss. Please get your tickets now. Your ticket of $53 gets you dinner and a copy of Indian For Everyone, $83 admits two and one copy of the book, and so on. Click here to reserve your spot.
June in Chicago, Illinois
Saturday - Sunday, June 6 - 7. It's Printer's Row in Chicago - a time to celebrate books, reading, and authors. Come see me on the Cooking Stage (time to be determined) and get your copy of Indian For Everyone signed.
Friday June 19th I'll be cooking up some delicious hash browns Indian style in the Le Creuset balti. Don't know what that is? Come out and find out. We'll meet at the Le Creuset Signature Store, 158 Fillmore St. #110 from 3 - 4 p.m.
Saturday, June 20th, I'll be at Tattered Cover for a discussion and signing. We go from 2 to 3 p.m. at 2526 E. Colfax Ave.
The first 10 people to arrive at EACH event will receive a free sample of my Chai masala blend. See you all there!
Friday, January 16, 2015, 1:30 - 2:30
Barne's & Noble
660 Beacon St
Boston University Campus
I'm heading to Boston for two big interviews. And, in the hopes that we'll persuade cooking schools in the area to bring me out again for a class, I'm asking all of you Indian food fans and local bloggers to come out for a cup of chai. Can't wait to meet you all!
Philadelphia, Princeton (New Jersey)
I leave Seattle on Tuesday evening on the RED EYE to fly clear across the country to my hometown, Philly. Now, if all y'all don't come out to see me there I'll just have to cry! I'm even heading to Princeton, where I used to work for Bloomberg news. Did you know that PJ's Pancake House is one of my all-time fave spots?
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Savory Spice Shop, demo-tasting-signing, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
15 Spring St.
Princeton, NJ 08542
Tickets: $10 includes food and drink; $25 for the book in advance; $35 for the book at the door. Hurry up and reserve your spot: (609) 454-5627
Thursday, November 20, 2014, 6:00pm -7:30pm
Free Library of Philadelphia
1901 Vine St.
It's only $40 for my demo and a copy of my new book. Only a few spots left. Click here for your ticket.
Friday, November 21, 2014, 6:30pm
259 S. 20th St.
Demonstration and multi-course dinner. $165, wine and book included. THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! But, if it's something you want again, reach out to them and let them know.
I fly into Seattle bright and early on Monday morning for a packed 3 days of appearances and signings. Come out and see me if you can. I always welcome the company when I'm on the road! BTW. Little known fact: My husband and got engaged in Seattle. Swoon!
Monday, November 17, 2014, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Savory Spice Shop (The Village at Alderwood Mall)
300 184th Street SW, Space 112
Lynnwood, WA 98037
Tickets are $10 for a taste of my new book; $25 for the book in advance (what a deal), and $35 for the book at the door. Please call now to reserve your space.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I'll be taping on KING-TV, New Day. We'll be giving away books and spices to the audience. This is one you may want to come in for!
Live interview with Seattle Kitchen on KIRO-AM
Costco (Aurora Village) FREE book signing from 1:00pm - 3:00pm
1175 N. 205th St.
Seattle, WA 98133
Book Larder FREE demo and book signing, 6:30 p.m.
4252 Fremont Ave. N
call 206-397-4271 For more details
Demonstration, tasting, and book signing. One of the first retailers in the country to carry my very own Spice Tiffin. If you want one - call them asap and reserve yours. I'll ship you a jar of my own Tandoori spice blend for every single Tiffin sold through the Book Larder that night.
I'll fly into one of my favorite cities in the world on Thursday, Nov. 13. Then up on Friday, watch me bright and early (8:35 a.m.) on GLOBAL-TV! After that, my day is free to hang. I'm thinking a much-needed mani-pedi? I never can find the time in Chicago!
Saturday, November 15, 2014, 2:00pm - 4:00pm FREE chat about healthy spices and signing.
Chapter's Bookstore (Strawberry Hill)
12101 72nd Ave., Suite 100
Sunday, November 16, 2014, 4:00pm & 5:00pm
Barbara Jo’s Books to Cooks
1740 W. 2nd Ave.
Chai reception (4pm)..a great way to get your books signed and talk story.
Indian Sunday Dinner (5-6pm). $120, includes book. ALMOST SOLD OUT! We will have a chance to talk story over a delicious dinner with recipes right from my new cookbook. They've started a wait list for this event, so call if still interested.
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Vernon Hills, IL
Join Anupy for some tasty bites, some conversation, and a book signing.
Friday, March 6, 2015, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
47 E Ohio St, Downtown Chicago
Anupy will be cooking a recipe from her new book and signing copies!
Saturday - Tuesday, March 7 - 10, 2015
International Housewares Show
Come see us at Booth S2384 and my demo on the cooking stage on Monday, March 9 at 3 p.m.
Thursday, February 26, 2015, 7:00pm
The Book Cellar
Lincoln Square, 4736 N. Lincoln Ave. (773) 293 2665
Anupy will make a sample of her famous Chana Masala (spiced chickpeas) for everyone to try. It's a great way to warm up this frigid Chicago February. See you all there!
Saturday, February 28, 2015, 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Anupy will demo how to make the perfect Chana Masala (spiced chickpeas) using her new spice line - now available at Whole Foods and featured in Rachel Ray Magazine! Come and support a local, growing business by purchasing a jar or two.
Saturday, January 31, 2015, 10:30am
ALA Midwinter Meeting "What's Cooking? Stage"
McCormick Place West
Savory Spice Shop - Lincoln Square
4753 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60625
An Evening with Anupy Singla - Indian For Everyone Book Release Party. If you've cooked from Anupy Singla's "The Indian Slow-Cooker" or "Vegan Indian Cooking" you have fallen in love with her recipes. Now join us in celebrating her newest release "Indian for Everyone". Our evening with Anupy will start with a reception followed by a talk and demonstration by the author that ambles along and through the fascinating intersections of cooking, publishing and her experiences growing up as an Indian-American. And of course we'll be tasting great Indian food and drink along the way - straight from her book, of course!. Each attendee also receives a signed copy of Indian for Everyone. Space is limited. Register Early.
ChicagoFriday, October 17, 2014, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Whole Foods Lincoln Park
1550 N. Kingsbury St.
Chicago, IL 60642
Whole Foods Lincoln Park, Indian For Everyone Book Launch. Come join Anupy for an evening full of Diwali celebrations, a cooking demo, book signing, Goose Island craft beer pairing, and loads of give-aways. We are going to have a blast. So come and help Anupy celebrate the fruit of a year and a half's worth of hard work. We need you all to come and purchase books, folks! Can't wait to see you and sign a book to you and your loved ones personally! If you want to be entered into drawings for free books, Whole Foods gift cards, and a Spice Tiffin, you'll need to RSVP to this event and have to be present to win. Email Anupy directly for an invite: email@example.com. Put Whole Foods Launch in the subject line. This event is open to everyone - I encourage you to bring your kids and let them get a taste of how we celebrate the Indian new year.
Anderson’s Bookshop at Two Doors East
111 W. Jefferson Ave.
Demonstration and book-signing.
Flavour Cooking School
490 N. Main St.
Forest Park, IL
Flavour is thrilled to announce a cookbook demo & signing with our newest friend, Anupy Singla! After her demo, she'll be available for a book signing. Spaces are limited (light snack served). $15 without book, $40 with book.
Marcel's Culinary Experience
490 N. Main St.
Glen Ellyn, IL
Tickets are $30 and include a demonstration, discussion, and book signing. Please note that the book is NOT included in this ticket price, and may be purchased in advance from Marcel's and/or The Bookstore.
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