Lebanese Food / Wine and Culinary Traditions

Lebanese Food / Wine and Culinary Traditions
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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Cooking Classes @Tawlet

Producers, cooks and chefs offer a 2 hours cooking class at Tawlet every day, from Monday to Thursday, from 4 to 6 pm … enjoy a hands on cooking class, and finish by tasting what you prepared !

Classes’ themes depend on the producer of the day … and so must be tailored and booked in advance.
Choose between “101 Lebanese cuisine” (tabouleh, moutabal, kebbeh) – “all about kebbeh” with Suzanne Doueihy, “Chouf mountain food” with Siham Ghanem (hrisseh & co), “southern taste” with Oum Ali (frikeh & co), “forgotten west Beqaa” with Jamileh Nohra (zenkol, reshta & co) and any other theme that can be tailor made.

Join us on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 for a class with Suzanne from Zghorta-Ehden, Suzanne will be teaching you how to make Kebbet batata, Kebbeh nayeh, Kebbeh bassalyieh, Mjadret fassolia, and Mehsheh selee' aatee'

Classes from 4 to 6 pm – for 40 $ per person
Tawlet – 01 448 129 – www.tawlet.com
Beirut, sector 79
naher street, n˚ 12 (Jisr el hadid)
Chalhoub building, n˚ 22 - Ground floor
facing Spoiler Center, dead end street at the corner of Maher flower shop
left side, corner bldg


Yohana Hykal said...

Hello! I am so glad I found your blog! I was born and raised in Peru (South America) and I am married to a Lebanese man. We live in the US. We will be visiting Beirut in June and I would love to take some cooking classes while there. At home we eat peruvian and lebanese food, but I would love to expand on what I have learned from my mother in law :)

If possible, please email me at yohana1@gmail.com with info on how I can register for classes. I will be in Beirut for 3 weeks so I hope I can learn as much as I can. I love my husband's culture and food as much a I love my own.

I look forward to hearing from you.

-Yohana Hykal

Yohana Hykal said...

Oh! Forgot to mention I also have a food blog:

Elizabeth said...

My husband has been to Beirut a couple times for conferences and then took our 22 year old son, who instantly fell in love with it too. Now they want my son to escort Mom here to experience Beirut (the economy version, husband is librarian!)while we are still living in Cairo. I was very excited to find your blog while looking for cooking classes, which for me would really be the highlight of the trip! Any other suggestions would be welcome, although from what I gather from you and the blog 2 Oregonians, this sounds like heaven on earth!