Get over your fear of working with Phyllo dough !
Everything you wanted to know about Traditional Armenian cooking but were afraid to try. Come learn Traditional Armenian and Middle Eastern cooking just like Grandma used to make.The aroma will be reminiscent of days gone by.
We are almost done with Series One. We will start Series Two on Thursday February 21, 2013, followed by Series Three. In May we will start the cycle over again and begin with Series One.
Baklava & Cheese Beoreg
Learn to make String Cheese & Simit
Moujaddara & Red Pilaf
Manti & Filling for Meechougov & Sini Keofteh
The Art of Making Meechougov & Sini Keofte
Meat Grape Leaves & Cabbage Dolma
SUpside Down Chicken Pilaf ~ Fried Cauliflower with Tomato & Lemon Juice Dipping Sauce
String Beans with Olive Oil & Bulgur Pilaf
Vosbov Keofteh & Vosbov Chorba (Soup)
Yogurt Keofteh Soup, Glorig Keofteh Soup in Tomato & Lemon Juice Broth
Hummus, Taboulie & Eech
Vegetable Dolma, Green Pepper, Zucchini, Eggplant, Tomato
Imamam Bayeldi~Delicious vegetarian dish of roasted eggplant and special sauce.
Winter schedule will start January 8, 2013. Classes will be held at St. John Garabed Church Kitchen,
4473 30th St. San Diego, CA 92116. The classes are held in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm
DThe cost for cooking class series is $130. At the end of the class the students take home
their culinary art work. Bring with you containers to take food home with you. Classes will be taught
by Ani Lanuza owner of Ani's Best Gourmet. Please call Ani at 619-889-1459 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Space is limited.
To reserve please fill out the form and mail it with your check to
Ani Lanuza, 700 West E Street #404 San Diego, CA 92101 and you will be contacted.
Δ Series One Δ Series Two Δ Series Three