Serving over 400,000 Indian and Pakistani residents, Devon just may be the best place in America to find and taste Indian cuisine. On this food tour, you will taste your way through Indian and Pakistani eateries, indulging in sweets, snacks, dosas, delectable treats, and incredible Pakistani barbecue. You will also learn how to shop, store, and cook with Indian spices, taking a few recipes back home with you. Get inspired to return to this incredible neighborhood for more exploration on your own and for new cooking adventures in your kitchen.
Note: Plentiful tastings are included in the ticket price. Exact meeting location will be provided upon booking. Tours are held rain or shine.
What to expect
- Treat yourself to traditional Indian and Pakistani snacks, sweets, and barbecue
- Learn about India’s history of vegetarianism and how to incorporate its foods into your diet
- Stroll through markets to learn about the essential pantry ingredients and spices used in Indian cooking
About this Activity
|Price||$85.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2.5 hours|
About the Teacher
Rebecca was a board member of the American Institute of Wine and Food Chicago chapter, where she lead hands-on food and nutrition education for middle school children as the Days of Taste Co-Chair. She was a personal chef for three years, which gave her inspiration for new recipes and classes. In addition to classes at Williams-Sonoma and World Kitchen, she taught at the Marshall Fields Culinary Studio for two years and is currently a staff instructor of ten years at The Wooden Spoon.
Tickets are nonrefundable. Rescheduling your tour date is available with at least seven days notice, subject to availability.