Introduction to Indian Cooking Class

One of the things I've enjoyed most about writing my Table Scraps column is that it forces me to expand my own culinary horizons. I know how easy it is to get stuck in a rut of cooking a few good dishes and rotating through them week after week.

To push my cooking envelope, I recently took an introduction to Indian cooking class. I learned a veritable feast of new Indian dishes including an amazing recipe for Chai Tea, which I shared in this week's Table Scraps column.

Here are a few photos I took during the class:

If you'd like more information about the University of South Florida Center for India Studies contact Gurleen Grewal, Ph.D., at (813) 974-8439 or www.global.usf.edu/indiastudies.

1 comment:

mvmaithai said...

My Indian neighbor used to fix us Chai tea with cardamon pods. It is delicious! She took us to an Indian buffet on Fowler Avenue one time. Buffets are great to experience all the different kinds of food.