Cooking Classes


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! 

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 PaneerThe 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!