CocuSocial Middle Eastern Brunch
This event is in partnership with CocuSocial, the leading platform for culinary experiences.
If you're anything like us, then you may list brunching as one of your favorite hobbies. While we're social distancing and can't spend the best part of the day camping out at cafes, we figured why not bring the best brunch recipes to you!
Join Chef Duane in his Long Island Kitchen as he teaches you to create some Middle Eastern classic dishes so you can prepare to indulge in a delicious brunch right in the comfort of your own home. The best part is that you'll make everything from scratch, and there's nothing tastier than that!
Shakshuka, as a dish, has origins in the Middle East and North Africa. Paired nicely with some fresh Tunisian bread, called rougag, and a beautiful creamy hummus-you will never settle for cereal in your kitchen again.
This virtual class is a CocuSocial premiere. No experience is required! You will receive an email with the equipment and ingredients list required to cook along with the chef. Most ingredients can also be easily substituted with what you have on hand. However, here's a list of the main ingredients you'll want to consider having with you: olive oil, onion, garlic, green pepper, coriander, paprika, ground cumin, red pepper flakes, sea salt, black pepper, chopped tomatoes, sugar, eggs, oregano, parsley, mint, all-purpose flour, chickpeas, tahini, and lemon juice.
Prepare your mis-en-place ahead of the session (as described in the ingredients list you will receive), grab your favorite brunch time beverage, and let’s get cooking!
CocuSocial is partnering with Yaymaker to offer a curated list of online culinary experiences including cooking, baking and cocktail making classes. CocuSocial is the leading platform for culinary experiences currently offered in 15 cities and online. CocuSocial's mission is to bring people together through interactive and informative food and drink experiences.
Host was fantastic! She was put in the difficult situation where no one had received the ingredients and equipment from yaymaker, but handled it very well.
She was amazing!! She didn't rush anything about this recipe. Even as people were joining it didn't stop her from moving on with the recipe and making sure the new people read the steps that had been done so far. Throughout the session she checked in with
She was super patient, very knowledgeable and easy to follow. Great chef!