This session will show you how to use Indian spices and how to make a delicious veggie friendly street food snack.
Join Monica Haldar from The Spice Club for a class like no other. In this Trade School Digbeth class you will learn how to use a variety of Indian spices, and learn how to make a delicious vegetarian street food snack which you will be able to recreate at home to impress your family and friends!
Barter Items to bring for Monica:
Trade school runs on barter and rather than a monetary exchange. Monica, the teacher of this class has requested one of the following:
- a pastry of any description (savoury or sweet!)
- An Instagram post or tweet about the class (follow Monica via @TheSpiceClub on twitter and instagram)
- Interesting flavoured crisps
- An interesting/unique flavoured doughnut
More about Monica:
Monica runs an Indian cookery school in Digbeth, a pop-up restaurant and also writes a food recipe blog called the Spice Diary.
Please note, tickets to this class are limited and as this class is one of our popular ones, please only book if you are sure you can attend the class. If you do book a ticket and then find yourself unable to attend, please do remember to cancel your ticket as this will enable someone else to take your place.
About Trade School
The Trade School network is a collective of self-organised barter-for-knowledge schools across the world. Trade School began in January 2009 as an experiment by a group of artists in New York City who wanted to celebrate local wisdom, mutual respect, and the social nature of exchange.
Trade School Digbeth is a local chapter of this initiative driven by the Impact Hub Birmingham community and friends. For more info and other upcoming Trade School classes, click here.
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