Date Listed: August 24, 2021 (about 2 months ago)
Growing up in Chennai, in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Rumya Misquitta learned traditional dishes passed on by her grandmother, mother and aunts. As a cooking teacher, she shares this knowledge to give her students a taste of regional Indian foods that go beyond the curries, butter chicken and tandoori ubiquitous outside of India. In this 75-minute livestream cooking class, Ruyma will introduce you to the simple, healthy dishes from her home region. All vegetarian, these dishes are part of her daily cuisine. They are full of flavor and simple to prepare. Together we will make Panagam, a drink made with jaggery, lime and coconut water, aromatic Beet Poriyal and tangy Lemon Rice with Carrots, Peas and Corn, which is a great way to use leftover cooked rice. Join us to expand your knowledge of regional Indian cuisine, starting with the vegetarian dishes of Tamil Nadu.
About Rumya: Rumya Misquitta always had a fascination with all things food, especially the traditional recipes cooked at home by her grand mother. A follower of the “keeping it simple” school of thought, Misquitta endeavors to use local, traditional ingredients blended with modern cooking methods to prepare food like you would have it at home. Having lived in Chennai, Mumbai and Bangalore, she was also exposed to a variety of regional cuisines and culinary experiences including designing the menu and kitchen process for Paati Veedu, a fine-dining Tamil Brahmin cuisine restaurant in Chennai. Traveling outside of India, she learned how cooks from other cultures use spices, textures and flavors to literally create art out of simple ingredients. In Mumbai, Misquitta collaborated with Authenticook, a platform for hosting culinary experiences through Home Chef’s, which includes creating and hosting pop-ups at the prestigious Soho House, Juhu, Thirsty City and the A Club, Lower Parel along with home dining experiences for expats, employees of Google, vloggers and travelers. Misquitta was featured on the BBC World Show, Outliers telecast in October 2020.
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Bonus: All attendees of this class will receive a one-time 15% off coupon to the Milk Street Store after class.
This event has limited spots, and you must register in advance via Eventbrite. One sign-up covers one device. Closed Captioning is available for this event.
Immediately after registering, you will get a confirmation email that contains the Zoom meeting log-in information. One week prior to class (or within 48 hours of registering, if you sign up less than a week in advance), you will receive an email with the ingredients, equipment and prep you'll need to cook along with us, if you choose.
After class, you will receive a recording of the event, as well as a packet with recipes and resources that we discuss during the event. If you have any questions about this class, please don't hesitate to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payments for Milk Street live stream classes are non-refundable. If you find yourself unable to attend, you may transfer the ticket to someone else, but we are unable to refund fees and all payments are final.
Proceeds from live stream cooking classes support Milk Street's non-profit work with The Big Sisters Association of Great Boston, The Boys & Girls Club of Dorchester, and other partners.
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