Shake & Stir #003: Somali Bariis with Hawa Hassan
Thursday, 11/19 | 7:00pm ET | via Zoom
$260 by 15 people
Please note: tickets are required to attend this event.
Zoom link and detailed ingredients list will be included in your ticket receipt from GiveButter.
This event will be hosted digitally.
Details to view the event are private and will be provided upon ticket purchase.
KITCHEN RODEO AND TANQUERAY PRESENT:
✨SHAKE & STIR ✨ SAVE RESTAURANTS
This fall, Kitchen Rodeo and Tanqueray are joining forces to bring you Shake & Stir: Save Restaurants, a cooking and cocktail series in support of the hospitality community. In this three-part series, you’ll join the country's most talented chefs and mixologists as they walk you through making and mixing some of their favorite dishes and cocktails. Each class will feature a dish paired with a delicious Tanqueray gin cocktail.
Alongside a generous $25,000 donation by Tanqueray, 100% of proceeds will support Relief Opportunities for All Restaurants (ROAR) and Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC), both fighting to save independent restaurants.
💪MEET THE CHEF + THE MIXOLOGIST
Hawa Hassan is a culinary triple threat: dynamic chef, recipe developer and entrepreneur. She's the founder and CEO of Basbaas Sauce, a line of condiments inspired by her home country of Somalia, a fast-growing brand that has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Eater and more. Her first cookbook-meets-travelogue, In Bibi's Kitchen, shares recipes and stories from grandmothers—or bibis—in eight East African countries, bordering the Indian Ocean.
Robert Bjorn Table is a veteran bartender and mixologist based in Austin, TX. He's crafted cocktail programs at some of the city's best restaurants—including Freedmen's, Qui, Emmer & Rye and Otoko—and currently runs the show at Sourced, a cocktail kit delivery service. He's also deeply involved with the Ideal Bartender Collective, an organization dedicated to supporting BIPOC bartenders and diversifying the service industry.
🔥 WHAT’S COOKING + WHAT'S SHAKING
In this recipe from In Bibi's Kitchen, Hawa is taking us back to her Somali roots with Bariis. This traditional sweet and savory rice pilaf is usually served with a beef stew or stewed chicken, but can double as breakfast with the addition of fried eggs on top. The combination of cooked onions, warmed spices and sweet raisins is perfect for a cozy November night.
To complement Hawa's Bariis, Robert has created the Broken Dates with Coco. A perfect complement to bariis, Robert's cocktail features Tanqueray's expertly crafted London Dry Gin, a spiced date syrup, toasted coconut and lime. Sign us up!
Like all things Kitchen Rodeo, you'll cook, shake and stir with Hawa and Robert in real time. You'll ask questions and get feedback on your dish (and drink)—all for a great cause!
⚙️ WHAT YOU’LL NEED
Interested in more classes? Kitchen Rodeo provides one-of-a-kind cooking experiences led by culinary professionals and enthusiasts. We offer interactive online cooking classes focused on the community experience of learning and cooking together.
Must be 21+.
Please Drink Responsibly. Imported by Diageo, New York, NY
TERMS & CONDITIONS
A non-refundable payment in US Dollars for the full course fee per person is required to reserve a place. Payment will be processed at the time of registration.
Price does not include ingredients, recipe, equipment, transportation.
Kitchen Rodeo is not responsible for any expenses incurred by you in preparing to attend its programs.
Refunds & cancellations:
There will be no refund for cancellations for registration. All donations and sales are final.
Kitchen Rodeo reserves the right to cancel any program should a minimum number of participants not be reached.
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