A Persian Dinner to Celebrate Spring, with Meal Sharing on April 9

by Louisa on April 6, 2015

Matzoh balls smallThis Thursday April 9 I’m cooking a dinner, A Persian Meal to Celebrate Spring. I’m doing it through Meal Sharing, a platform for people to experience homemade meals around the world at very affordable prices. The goal is to bring people together around food, rather than make a profit, so the ticket price for the meal on Thursday is only $30.

Come join us for the dinner, it’s happening at Pure House, a communal creative space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that supports innovative thinkers, designers, and entrepreneurs. Below is the menu. We look forward to seeing you! When you sign up for the dinner, enter code FIRSTMEAL to get $10 off.

A Persian Meal to Celebrate Spring, Thursday April 9, Pure House, Williamsburg

Gondi, Persian “matzo ball” soup

Sabzi khordan, fresh herb platter with radishes, feta cheese, and flatbread

Khoresh-e karafs, lamb and celery stew with parsley and mint

Zereshk polo, barberry rice

Mast-o musir, shallot yogurt

Torshi, mixed pickled vegetables with nigella seeds and angelica

Saffron frozen yogurt with crushed pistachios

 

Photo credit: Sara Remington

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Chirag Dua November 19, 2015 at 6:53 AM

I used to since my childhood.. I hvae lots of my old memory with this recipe..by the way thanks for sharing..

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Aaron Fleming February 3, 2016 at 7:41 PM

This dish is amazing. I also have a blog, The Young Tongue. I am fifteen years old and I want to share my recipes with the rest of the world. Please visit http://www.theyoungtongue.com and please leave feedback. Thank you!

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Kuldeep Kumar June 4, 2016 at 1:42 AM

As being Indian, I love to have persian food So much don’t Know when I addicted to it. Thanks for sharing your personal Recipe..

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Shahed Parvej October 29, 2016 at 7:32 AM

nice post very helpful post

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