Digital: Make Your Own Saag Paneer with Crimson Kitchen

Event Title: Six Degrees Society Digital Presents: Make Your Own Saag Paneer with Crimson Kitchen

What’s Happening? Saag Paneer is one of those Indian dishes that seems too labor intensive to make at home. Yet, with the help of Meghna Agrawal, Founder of Crimson Kitchen, we will learn how to be the masters of our own Saag Paneer and think twice before ordering it for take out!

Ingredient and food list will be sent pre-event for shopping. Come hungry!

Curated Matches:
Before we sit down for our programming, each guest will engage in one curated 15 minute connection, handpicked just for them, based on bios submitted pre-event via this form: https://goo.gl/forms/D8Tvyr3ygwPSwaGF2 or email ivana@sixdegreessociety.com with a copy.

When:
Monday, June 22nd, 2020 
4:30-6:30pm PST/7:30pm -9:30pm EST

Where:
Via Zoom, Link sent morning of

Cost:
$25 for single ticket
FREE for Six Degrees Society members

About Meghna Agrawal: I am a travel enthusiast, mother of 2 boys, Indian immigrant, wine and tequila lover, a foodie, kitchen paraphernalia collector, and the biggest party thrower.

I teach Indian cooking classes in my tiny kitchen in SanFrancisco and at various cooking schools in the bay area. My classes are just as much about the community, as they are about the food which there is plenty of.
I have often been asked about my culinary background, to which I facetiously respond that I come from a culture that has been focused on food for the past five thousand years. Certainly, quite a resume! However, there is nuance of truth insofar the Indian cuisine has evolved through millennia to yield a rich and varied culinary repertoire. The gamut of Indian flavors is extensive, with a multitude of unique offerings from each of India’s thirty states.
Coming from a heritage that has food as the epicenter of most occasions, I found myself yearning to replicate the scrumptious delicacies, be it from high end Indian restaurants in Mumbai to street food in smaller towns such as Lucknow. The journey that ensued led to the creation of “Crimson Kitchen”, where I teach Indian cooking classes and cater events and parties. It’s my platform for bringing mystical Indian dishes and traditional recipes to a community that reveres food just as much as I do.  So, here I am, to socialize my food and unveil new tastes that delight all.” 

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Monday, June 22nd, 2020 
4:30-6:30pm PST/7:30pm -9:30pm EST Buy Ticket

$25.00

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