Behind the Scenes of My Cooking Class!

As much as I love to do my cooking show, it can get frustrating talking to a camera–my cooking classes allow me to break that wall and interact with viewers directly! I love the casualness of it all, being able to share my family and cultural traditions in an intimate cooking setting, where I can have great conversations with people as I cook. Most of all I love getting instant feedback from the attendees as they taste my dishes! I get a lot of sweet emails from viewers asking me if I deliver food worldwide. While I might not be able to do that, I do cherish meeting many of you locals at my cooking classes. Many of you have asked me what these classes are really like, so I put together a 2 minute behind the scenes video just for you. 😉  Here is a  peek at what these classes are like:

My next class  on August 9, has just been announced,  with the menu below:

Arabian Nights Summer Soiree

Sesame-Crusted Halloumi, Pan-Fried and Drizzled with Honey
Bulgar Wheat Pilaf with Chickpeas, Herbs, Feta, Pistachios and Sultanas
Kofta Meatballs with Black Garlic and Pomegranate Glaze
Pistachio Baklava with Rose- and Lemon-Infused Syrup

This class will be in Menlo Park in the heart of Silicon Valley!  You can register before it sells out like the last one did! Information  HERE.

Have a wonderful Easter, and I will be back with more recipes soon!



2 thoughts on “Behind the Scenes of My Cooking Class!

  1. So excited to find your site. My grandmother and grandfather, also Shaeen, came from Antureen, (sorry for the spelling)Lebanon. Donna Rohanna Shaheen

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