Time to get your chef hat on for the week. They're teaching Indian cooking at Cook's Warehouse. Chef Raghavan Iyer will be your guide: "Learn to unravel the mysteries of Indian cooking with brilliantly simple-to-follow recipes. No difficult techniques, no hard-to-find ingredients, no complex spice blends, and no excessive prep time will be required. It's all the spice, the dazzle, and the deep, satisfying flavors of Indian cuisine - now as easy and breezy as any dish in your repertoire! Once you see this book and meet Raghavan, you'll quickly see why he won the IACP Award of Excellence for Cooking School Teacher of the Year. His voice is clear and encouraging, his directions faultless, and his recipes authentic yet completely accessible. Learn from the best in this class which will feature: . Poppadums with Avocado Pomegranate Dip . Braised Beet Salad with a Golden Raisin Vinaigrette . Ultimate Chicken Curry . Sweet-scented Rice Pilaf . Blistered Smoky Peppers . Funnel Cakes in Saffron Syrup Copies of Indian Cooking Unfolded will be available for sale and Raghavan will be happy to personalize your book(s)."Starts at 7:00 PM
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Here's what you do on Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Hugh's Breakie at Empire State South
At Empire State South, Hugh's Breakie rules. Named after Chef Hugh, it's a simple breakfast of great local ingredients. Grilled bread. Local Cheese. Fresh fruit. Butter & Jam. Perfect accompaniment to sitting at a table with your iPad and the New York Times. Have some fresh squeezed OJ and coffee with it, it's a great start to the day.
Darts at the Euclid Avenue Yacht Club at Euclid Avenue Yacht Club
There are dives, and there are dives. And Euclid Avenue Yacht Club is one of Atlanta's best. If you want to play hookey, EAYC is the place. Located smack-dab in the middle of Little 5 points, there's no water to be found anywhere near it, but the Yacht Club carries on. We like to hit the club right around 3p on a weekday. Head to the back and grab some darts along the way from the bar. Set yourself up a good game of Cricket, and off you go. It'll be a date to remember.. .
You need your rest for tonight.
Salumi, creton and elberton blue at Abattoir
This west midtown gastropub puts out a great selection of cheese, locally sourced small plates, and tasty entrees focused on sublime meats. Sit at the bar. It's a square, cast concrete affair. Very minimalist, very cool. Try the salumi, cremont and elberton blue for cheese. The pig ears are awesome, as well as the figs. I often like to stick with small pates at Abattoir, but if you venture into entree territory, try the lamb or the shrimp and grits. Both amazing. ($40 per person).
Indian Cooking Unfolded at Cooks Warehouse East Cobb
Enjoy!!Starts at 7:00 PM