(OLLI AT UVM PRESENTS) Summer Appetizers From the Republic of Georgia with Anna Mays
Celebrate the bounty of summer with flavorful, mezze-style appetizers from the Republic of Georgia. We will learn to make two versions of Pkhali, a cooked vegetable pâté or salad that is a favorite starter at the Georgian table. Pkhali is made with a base of rich walnuts blended with spices and can be made to feature whatever vegetables and fresh herbs are in season. We will make Ispanakhis Pkhali, the classic spinach salad seasoned with marigold and coriander, and Jarkhlis Pkhali, a colorful beet dish flavored with fresh dill and cilantro. You will learn the foundation techniques for making Pkhali, so you can adapt the recipe to use whatever veggies you have in your garden. We will conclude the class with a discussion about Georgian cuisine and culture.
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