Indian Sweets – A Diwali Celebration

November is a month full of celebrations!

Our local shops always have a wide array of tasty treats avilable, and Mess Hall is are offering classes that highlight the flavours of our neighbourhood.


Let’s start with dessert!¬†Diwali’s¬†most popular sweets¬†are a symbol of happiness and are given to family and friends to¬†make the festivities memorable.

Celebrations continue by laying out a deliciously savoury Indian spread: Indian Condiments, Indian Appetizers, Flatbreads, and Curry Base Рculminating in a Grand Dinner.

Each of these classes will highlight simple preparation techniques and showcase the astounding complexity of flavours found in Indian dishes. Select your favourites, or save when you do them all.

Leading these classes, we welcome Vaishali Patel, a community member and home cook, to delight us with her passion and skills for Indian cuisine.

Join us this month as the kitchen is filled with delicious food, great talent and physically-distanced sharing!

Eat well, stay safe, take care of each other.

ALL NEW ADULT CLASSES
All classes are capped at 8 attendees in order to keep everyone healthy and safe, and to give each person top notch instruction. Mask wearing is mandatory for all. Frequent hand washing is, as always, essential in our kitchen.
INDIAN SWEETS FOR DIWALI 
Saturday, November 7 – 2:30 pm
Indian Sweets for Diwali on a wooden plate
INDIAN CONDIMENTS
Wednesday, November 11 – 7pm
ceramic bowls filled with various dips
INDIAN APPETIZERS 
Saturday, November 21 – 12pm
triangle-shaped pastry on banana leaf with a dip on the side
INDIAN FLATBREAD
Wednesday, November 25 – 7pm
flatbread folded on top of colourful cloth
GRAND DINNER + CURRY BASE
Saturday, December 5 – 6pm
Copper bowl filled with saucy meat with rice on the side
ASIAN FUSION AT HOME
Saturday, November 7 – 6:30pm
Chef plating dishes in kitchen
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