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The Ultimate Workshop to Unleash Secrets About ‘Meal in a Bowl’ Salads!

Magazine Street Kitchen’s hosting The Salad as a Meal Workshop with trained chef and author, Tara Deshpande Tennebaum. The workshop comes at the time of the release of her second book, 'An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More', which highlights how you can quickly churn out ‘meal in a bowl’ salads that are simple, yum and nutritious all at the same time whether you want to eat them for dinner, a quick mid-day snack or as packed office lunch.

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##HIGHLIGHTEDTEXT##’s hosting The Salad as a Meal Workshop with trained chef and author, Tara Deshpande Tennebaum. The workshop comes at the time of the release of her second book, 'An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More', which highlights how you can quickly churn out ‘meal in a bowl’ salads that are simple, yum and nutritious all at the same time whether you want to eat them for dinner, a quick mid-day snack or as packed office lunch. This workshop will be a glimpse of the recipes out of this book! 


Tell Us More
?In the workshop, Tara will demonstrate how local, easily accessible, fresh Indian veggies, fruits, natural sweeteners, nuts and seeds and cold-pressed oils can make you great raw and partially cooked salads that are eaten around the world. 

An interesting aspect of the workshop is learning to deconstruct normal Indian dishes to their raw form, turning them into healthy and wholesome meals. The book has many innovative recipes that bring out some ‘underdog’ ingredients onto the table to incorporate them into salads. Tara will also show you how not just lesser-known ingredients but staples such as grains, lentils and fruits can create quirky combinations and make you some impressive salads!

Menu:
Sarson Da Saag 
Pumpkin Plate Salad
Salad in a Jar 
Omelet Salad
Chicken Korma Salad 
Lentil Salad a la Francaise

Related Article: Do Some Wine Tasting This Father's Day At This Workshop




What Else?
If you don’t know who Tara Deshpande Tennebaum is, then we’ll decode that for you. She’s the familiar VJ we saw when we tuned into MTV on television back in the days. She is a former actor and a Miss India finalist as well. Her first cookbook, A Sense for Spice: Recipes and Stories from a Konkan Kitchen released in 2013 and was raved about. She has some ace cooking skills up her sleeve, with wisdom earned through her studies from the French Culinary Institute in New York and at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and London.

P.S The book will be available for purchase after the workshop.

When: Saturday Feb 10 at 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM?
Where: Magazine Street Kitchen, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400010
Grab tIckets here! 

Entertainment

The Ultimate Workshop to Unleash Secrets About ‘Meal in a Bowl’ Salads!

Magazine Street Kitchen’s hosting The Salad as a Meal Workshop with trained chef and author, Tara Deshpande Tennebaum. The workshop comes at the time of the release of her second book, 'An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More', which highlights how you can quickly churn out ‘meal in a bowl’ salads that are simple, yum and nutritious all at the same time whether you want to eat them for dinner, a quick mid-day snack or as packed office lunch.

Quickie
##HIGHLIGHTEDTEXT##’s hosting The Salad as a Meal Workshop with trained chef and author, Tara Deshpande Tennebaum. The workshop comes at the time of the release of her second book, 'An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More', which highlights how you can quickly churn out ‘meal in a bowl’ salads that are simple, yum and nutritious all at the same time whether you want to eat them for dinner, a quick mid-day snack or as packed office lunch. This workshop will be a glimpse of the recipes out of this book! 


Tell Us More
?In the workshop, Tara will demonstrate how local, easily accessible, fresh Indian veggies, fruits, natural sweeteners, nuts and seeds and cold-pressed oils can make you great raw and partially cooked salads that are eaten around the world. 

An interesting aspect of the workshop is learning to deconstruct normal Indian dishes to their raw form, turning them into healthy and wholesome meals. The book has many innovative recipes that bring out some ‘underdog’ ingredients onto the table to incorporate them into salads. Tara will also show you how not just lesser-known ingredients but staples such as grains, lentils and fruits can create quirky combinations and make you some impressive salads!

Menu:
Sarson Da Saag 
Pumpkin Plate Salad
Salad in a Jar 
Omelet Salad
Chicken Korma Salad 
Lentil Salad a la Francaise

Related Article: Do Some Wine Tasting This Father's Day At This Workshop




What Else?
If you don’t know who Tara Deshpande Tennebaum is, then we’ll decode that for you. She’s the familiar VJ we saw when we tuned into MTV on television back in the days. She is a former actor and a Miss India finalist as well. Her first cookbook, A Sense for Spice: Recipes and Stories from a Konkan Kitchen released in 2013 and was raved about. She has some ace cooking skills up her sleeve, with wisdom earned through her studies from the French Culinary Institute in New York and at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and London.

P.S The book will be available for purchase after the workshop.

When: Saturday Feb 10 at 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM?
Where: Magazine Street Kitchen, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400010
Grab tIckets here! 

Entertainment

The Ultimate Workshop to Unleash Secrets About ‘Meal in a Bowl’ Salads!

Magazine Street Kitchen’s hosting The Salad as a Meal Workshop with trained chef and author, Tara Deshpande Tennebaum. The workshop comes at the time of the release of her second book, 'An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More', which highlights how you can quickly churn out ‘meal in a bowl’ salads that are simple, yum and nutritious all at the same time whether you want to eat them for dinner, a quick mid-day snack or as packed office lunch.

Quickie
##HIGHLIGHTEDTEXT##’s hosting The Salad as a Meal Workshop with trained chef and author, Tara Deshpande Tennebaum. The workshop comes at the time of the release of her second book, 'An Indian Sense of Salad: Eat Raw, Eat More', which highlights how you can quickly churn out ‘meal in a bowl’ salads that are simple, yum and nutritious all at the same time whether you want to eat them for dinner, a quick mid-day snack or as packed office lunch. This workshop will be a glimpse of the recipes out of this book! 


Tell Us More
?In the workshop, Tara will demonstrate how local, easily accessible, fresh Indian veggies, fruits, natural sweeteners, nuts and seeds and cold-pressed oils can make you great raw and partially cooked salads that are eaten around the world. 

An interesting aspect of the workshop is learning to deconstruct normal Indian dishes to their raw form, turning them into healthy and wholesome meals. The book has many innovative recipes that bring out some ‘underdog’ ingredients onto the table to incorporate them into salads. Tara will also show you how not just lesser-known ingredients but staples such as grains, lentils and fruits can create quirky combinations and make you some impressive salads!

Menu:
Sarson Da Saag 
Pumpkin Plate Salad
Salad in a Jar 
Omelet Salad
Chicken Korma Salad 
Lentil Salad a la Francaise

Related Article: Do Some Wine Tasting This Father's Day At This Workshop




What Else?
If you don’t know who Tara Deshpande Tennebaum is, then we’ll decode that for you. She’s the familiar VJ we saw when we tuned into MTV on television back in the days. She is a former actor and a Miss India finalist as well. Her first cookbook, A Sense for Spice: Recipes and Stories from a Konkan Kitchen released in 2013 and was raved about. She has some ace cooking skills up her sleeve, with wisdom earned through her studies from the French Culinary Institute in New York and at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and London.

P.S The book will be available for purchase after the workshop.

When: Saturday Feb 10 at 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM?
Where: Magazine Street Kitchen, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400010
Grab tIckets here! 

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