Flavors of the World Catering – USA

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Flavors of the World Catering – USA

Chicken Kababs, Cutlets and Puff Pattice : Virtual Cooking Class January 30, 2021

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Registration for Online Class – Chicken Kababs, Cutlets and Puff Pattice.

Donations for a ZAKOI Center

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Dear Friends, I pray all of you are safe, well and in good spirit:) I hope this year is much better in every way for everyone than last year! Dear Friends, with your support of my Spring and Fall Fundraisers last year, I was able to raise $10,000 for our future ZAKOI Center. These fundraisers […]

Shop for cookbooks

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Contact Rita for a free personal autograph and signed copy at Rita@ParsiCuisine dot com (Offer valid only for USA)

ZAGNY Virtual Cooking Class Series – A Set Of Popular Parsi Favorites

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Baking Class with Chef Rita : Cupcakes & Cake
WHEN Sunday, December 20, 2020, 11:00 – 12:30pm EST
LOCATION Rita’s Kitchen

Follow along with Chef Rita of ParsiCuisine.com as she shows us how to bake delicious cake and cupcakes for the holiday table! Make a sweet treat for a holiday meal, or as a gift. Or, eat it yourself! We’ll join Chef Rita over Zoom as she shows us all how to mix up the batter and bake the cakes. All are welcome to this baking program! Registration is required in order to receive the Zoom information

B Merwan Bakery 110 years old

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Trip down memory lane! Famous for Mava Cakes, Brun Maska and Irani Chai, Veg Pattice, and so many other dishes. Rita Jamshed Kapadia Cookbooks are available on Amazon. Rita has published the MEGA "Manna of the 21st Century Parsi Cuisine cookbook" and several other mini cookbooks.

Designer Cookies

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For Hungarian artist Judit Czinkné Poór, a cookie is so much more than a disk of baked dough; it’s a canvas for intricate works of art. Using icing and food coloring, she paints meticulous designs inspired by traditional Hungarian embroidery—which blend vibrant blooms like lilies, tulips, and daffodils with astonishingly delicate filigree details—onto the surface of her baked goods.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/photos-of-judit-czinkne-poors-hand-painted-lace-cookies#ixzz6j5c2lrF4

Pina Colada

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Piña Colada Ingredients — frozen pineapple, coconut milk and rum

PIÑA COLADA INGREDIENTS:
So what’s in this easy piña colada recipe? No cream of coconut (such as Coco Lopez or Coco Real), no storebought piña colada mix, no sugar-added pineapple juice…no need. To make these naturally-sweetened piña coladas (which also happen to be naturally gluten-free and vegan), you will simply need:

Frozen pineapple: A bag of it store-bought, or you can cut and freeze your own.
Rum: White rum is traditional, but any kind will do.
Coconut milk: As in normal, straight-from-the-can (or carton) coconut milk. You can either use the full-fat or light coconut milk, your choice.