Last Thursday, I had the pleasure to attend the wonderful food writer and the cookery author Anissa Helou’s -www.anissas.com- Middle Eastern cookery demostrations at the Leighton House Museum, London. She kindly shared with us her extensive middle eastern ingredients and explained us how they are used in classic dishes. A very informative class, learned a great deal on especially Persian cuisine – it was also wonderful to sample the delicious Turkish dried apricots and sumac berries!- Anissa will continue to be the chef-in-residence at the Leighton House Museum on November 10th and 17th for more demonstrations on Middle Eastern cuisine. Delightful and very informative sessions, if you can make it. For more info, please visit http://www.nourfestival.co.uk/courses1.php
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Hmmm, now I wish I was in the UK to attend a class like this. Luck you. I can just imagine how much you could learn. Very interesting! 🙂
Indeed lucky me; I love being near to London and all these exposure 🙂
Anissa's class was wonderful; she is a master of Middle Eastern cuisine and regularly updates her blog on http://www.anissas.com. I wish you would be here to attend the classes, but at least you can check out her blog for more info on Middle Eastern cuisine.
My best wishes,
I would have liked to attend this lesson as I own most of her books, have met her once in Dallas and admire her a great deal!