Meet Reshma Sinha, our newest chef instructor!

Posted on: October 15, 2013 | Category : Uncategorized

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Cuisine: Indian Sign up for Reshma’s cooking class on Bengali Indian cuisine here! Reshma is a whole-foods culinary enthusiast, cooking show host and instructor. She received a Bachelor’s degree in biology and Master’s in biology education from Columbia University. After trying her hand in teaching high school science for some time,...
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Meet Melanie Cecilio, our newest chef instructor!

Posted on: August 29, 2013 | Category : Uncategorized

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Cuisine: Filipino Melanie grew up in the Philippines and now lives and works in New York. Her career as a chef began in Switzerland where she went to hotel school, and had her first job as a service stagiare (French term for apprentice) in a Gault Millau awarded restaurant. She eventually...
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Meet chef instructor Veda Sukhu!

Posted on: July 14, 2013 | Category : Chef Instructors

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Cuisine: Guyanese Veda has been with Global Kitchen since the beginning – leading our pilot class in May 2012 (watch a video of the class here) and several other classes in the months following. She is beloved by our students for her sweet disposition and her stories about growing up in...
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Meet our newest chef instructor: Isabelle Lapin!

Posted on: June 19, 2013 | Category : Chef Instructors, News & Updates

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Cuisine: French-Jewish Chef Isabelle Lapin’s love of cooking started at an early age while watching her mother cook at the stove in their Paris apartment. A 20-year detour through caring for her five children has brought her back to cooking healthy, seasonal, tasty and colorful food. While studying statistics at...
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We’re hiring!

Posted on: March 20, 2013 | Category : News & Updates

Global Kitchen is looking for a part-time Operations Manager to join our team. The position is paid, with potential to turn into a full-time gig. Sorry, we are no longer accepting applications for this position.
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Traditional family recipes for the holidays

Posted on: December 10, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

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By Ryan The holidays are rapidly approaching and with them come floods of memories and family traditions. And of course, no holiday traditions are quite as integral as those that center on food.  Each family, culture, and community has its own holiday food traditions. For me that means some Norwegian...
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Our Ethiopian cooking class: the details

Posted on: November 25, 2012 | Category : Classes, News & Updates

Global Kitchen is thrilled to collaborate with Bunna Cafe for our next event. For this event we are doing something a little different. The evening will begin with chef instructor Kedija Ali doing a quick demo on how to make a classic Ethiopian dish, Injera, while explaining the spices and...
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Our Guyanese cooking class: the details

Posted on: November 21, 2012 | Category : Classes, News & Updates

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After the resounding success of our first class we can’t wait to host the next one. Luckily we don’t have to wait long since we’re officially scheduled for Friday, Nov.  30th!  We are especially excited because our next class features Guyanese cuisine, taught by our amazing chef instructor, Veda Sukhu. ...
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Our Egyptian cooking class: the details

Posted on: October 19, 2012 | Category : Classes

We are thrilled to have our first official cooking class scheduled for next Thursday, October 25! After months of planning and a successful crowdfunding campaign, this is truly the moment we have been waiting for. For our first class, we wanted to make sure we were offering up some unique...
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Sign up for our first class!

Posted on: October 16, 2012 | Category : Classes

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Global Kitchen is officially underway! Our first class is scheduled for Thursday, October 25. Ragab Rashwan will be teaching Egyptian cuisine including classic dishes such as koshary, tabbouleh and hummus – all from scratch! For more information, please click here. We would love to have you join us for what...
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