Join us! Cooking Demo with Sujaya: Indian Cooking for Beginners


    Are you looking for a unique way to start the new year? We’ve got you! In continuation of our series, Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners, we bring you our first cooking Demo. Are you trying to cook more (or at all) this year? This demo is for you! I’m also a beginner home cook and have learned much from Sujaya’s home cooking style. Join us!

    Cooking Demo with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners
    Cooking Demo with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

    A bit about Sujaya; she is a global citizen in the Bay Area. Originally from London, England, she has roots in the Jaffna Region of Sri Lanka and the Kerala region of India. She spent a decade living in Chennai (aka Madras), where she learned to cook. She started experimenting with recipes focused on quick, easy, and tasty meals that reminded her of home. Now she hopes to share what she’s learned with you!

    Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners
    Cooking with Sujaya, Indian Cooking for Beginners

    On Tuesday, January 17th at 11:30am, Sujaya will present a demo focusing on the South Indian celebration of Pongal. Get your tickets here! Space is limited.

    See you all next week!

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    Olga Rosales Salinas is Managing Editor for San Francisco Bay Area Moms. As a freelance writer and journalist, her articles have been published nationally by Palabra, National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Her debut collection of poetry and prose, La Llorona, was published by Birch Bench Press in August of 2021. Her monthly column "Thriving While Anxious" is featured @ Jumble & Flow. In 2019 her philanthropy and activism began with a non-profit benefiting first-generation and immigrant students, The Rosales Sisters' Scholarship. She has had spotlights in the following podcasts and radio stations; Los Sotelos Podcast, The Hive Poetry Collective, Walk the Talk Podcast, "Making a Difference with Sheetal Ohri" on Bolly 92.3 FM, and Roll Over Easy @BFFdotFM Radio.


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