These types of events are experiential and are interactive despite being virtual! Group class experiences are held via Zoom, and recordings are available for you if you would like. Group pricing ranges depending on number of guests, up to 100 people. Group classes are a FUN way to have a party for a group and yet learn a little about cooking at the same time.
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Shefalay is one of the most talented cooks out there, a natural who makes it all seem easy and fun. A busy mom of two, she has tons of tips and tricks for whipping up healthy, seasonal food fast. I’ve been a fan girl of her blog Shef’s Kitchen for years, incorporating her traditional Indian recipes and ingredients into my own seasonal repertoire, with the most delicious results. …Read Full Story
I was able prepare the meals that I learned in Shefaly’s class in my own kitchen. Shefaly is great about giving the meal context by explaining the culture around the food, the season, the region and maybe a little history. In addition, the class was low-pressure, casual, conversational, hands-on, and fun. She explained where to buy ingredients that can’t be found at standard grocery stores. Her cooking class was really a treat.
I have always loving eating Indian dishes, but had never tried my hand at cooking it until I participated in two of Shefaly’s early cooking classes at her home. The classes were fun, educational, and the food was delicious. Even for a beginner, the recipes are easily followed with very successful results. On my first solo attempt in creating one of Shefay’s dishes I made her Chicken Curry recipe for over 40 Indian guests at a party I was hosting. Everyone kept asking where the Chicken Curry dish came from. They were very surprised when I gave myself, along with Shefaly, credit for the creation.