Tue, Mar 13 from 6pm - 8:30pm

Injera 101
$54.39 with fees
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Alganesh Michael has been selling out her Ethiopian classes and pop-up events at RCK.  The number one request from guests is the desire to learn how to make the unique, spongy, sourdough flatbread, Injera.  Injera is a staple in Eritrea (Alganesh's homecountry) and in Ethiopia. In this class, Alganesh will explain the process of making the bread, mixing the dough and making the starter and participants will have the opportunity to bake the injera themselves. At the end of class, everyone will sit down to an Ethiopian feast complete with the Injera they have baked, salad, 2 veggie sauces, and one meat sauce.  You will also have a chance to experience the culture as we eat together in the traditional way, using our hands.

Bio: Alganesh Micheal lives in South Burlington with her husband and two daughters.  She is originally from the tiny county of Eritrea, nestled next to Ethiopia.  She is a former nurse turned homemaker for the last 16 years.  Although not a chef by trade, she loves to cook and entertain family and friends.  She has been collaborating with several local restaurants, including Eritrean/Ethiopian pop-up events at Arts Riot, Big Picture Theater and Tandem.  She also teaches classes and caters for private events.  She prides herself on cooking and serving food in the traditional way with authentic spices and served on a large, family-style platter.

Richmond Community Kitchen

13 Jolina Ct
Richmond, VT 05477