Cooking Class Saturday 25 April 2015

Have you heard about warak dawali? Join us at our next cooking class on Saturday 25 April 2015 (10:30 am-14:30 pm) and learn how to prepare one of the most delicious Palestinian dishes!

All proceeds from the classes go to support 13 families from Aida and Al-Azzeh refugee camps who have children with disabilities.

Making warak dawali
Making warak dawali

The menu includes the following:

  • Warak dawali and kousa (stuffed grape leaves and courgette)
  • Manakish za’tar (home made bread with za’tar)
  • Arabic salad
  • Helva (fenugreek seeds cake)
  • Arabic coffee and tea

If you want to book a place, write to us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Friday 24 April at noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests such as vegetarian or vegan]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

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Cooking Class Saturday 18 April 2015

Have you heard about warak dawali? Join us at our next cooking class on Saturday 18 April 2015 (10:30 am-14:30 pm) and learn how to prepare one of the most delicious Palestinian dishes!

All proceeds from the classes go to support 14 families from Aida and Al-Azzeh refugee camps who have children with disabilities.

Making warak dawali
Making warak dawali

The menu includes the following:

  • Warak dawali and kousa (stuffed grape leaves and courgette)
  • Manakish za’tar (home made bread with za’tar)
  • Arabic salad
  • Helva (fenugreek seeds cake)
  • Arabic coffee and tea

If you want to book a place, write to us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Friday 17 April at noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests such as vegetarian or vegan]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

Special Cooking Class Sunday 12 April 2015

Due to popular demand, here we go again with our ma’amoul cooking class! Have you heard about these little but powerful festivity treats? They are small sweet delicacies easier to eat than to bake, but don’t worry, we’ll show you how to master the art of preparing them 🙂 Come to our special class on Sunday 12 April 2015 (10:30 – 2:30pm) and welcome home made ma’amoul to your life!

Baking ma'amoul. Picture by Danae Hudson
Baking ma’amoul. Picture by Danae Hudson

The menu is as follows:

  • Lentils soup
  • Manakish za’tar
  • Lentils mansaf (lentils, poured over bread, covered in Arabic salad and olives)
  • Ma’amoul*
  • Arabic coffee and tea

(* Please note that half of the dough needs to be prepared the day before, but we’ll show you how to prepare it anyway so you can learn all the process)

If you want to book a place, write to us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Saturday 11 noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

Cooking Class Monday 6 April 2015

Any vegetarians around? Come to our cooking class on Monday 6 April (10:30am – 2:30pm) and discover the power of mujaddara and how to prepare the tastiest mutabbal on earth!

All proceeds from the classes go to support 14 families from Aida and Al-Azzeh refugee camps who have children with disabilities.

Preparing mutabbal
Preparing mutabbal

The menu includes the following:

  • Mujaddara (exquisite lentils, rice and noodles dish topped with caramelised onions)
  • Mutabbal (irresistible smoky roasted eggplant spread)
  • Manakish (home made bread with fresh za’tar)
  • Arabic salad
  • Home made yoghurt
  • Helba (fenugreek seeds cake)
  • Arabic coffee and tea

If you want to book a place, write to us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Sunday 5 noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

Special Cooking Class Sunday 29 March 2015

Easter is coming soon and with it the delicious ma’amoul! They are small sweet delicacies easier to eat than to bake, but don’t worry, we’ll show you how to master the art of preparing them 🙂 Come to our special class on Sunday 29 March 2015 (12:30 – 4:30pm) and welcome Easter in the best of the ways!

All proceeds from the classes go to support 14 families from Aida and Al-Azzeh refugee camps who have children with disabilities.

Baking ma'amoul. Picture by Danae Hudson
Baking ma’amoul. Picture by Danae Hudson

The menu this Sunday is as follows:

  • Lentils soup
  • Manakish za’tar
  • Lentils mansaf (lentils, poured over bread, covered in Arabic salad and olives)
  • Ma’amoul*
  • Arabic coffee and tea

(* Please note that half of the dough needs to be prepared the day before, but we’ll show you how to prepare it anyway so you can learn all the process)

If you want to book a place, write to us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Friday 27 noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

Cooking Class Saturday 21 March 2015

Have you seen the weather forecast for the next few days? Temperatures will drop and the cold is coming again… a perfect time for eating our delicious home made pastries with a cup of tea with maramiya! Join us on Saturday 21 March (10:30am – 2:30pm) in one of our most fun cooking classes!

All proceeds from the classes go to support 14 families from Aida and Al-Azzeh refugee camps who have children with disabilities.

Preparing the dough for krass, sfiha and manakish za'tar.
Preparing the dough for krass, sfiha and manakish za’tar.

This Saturday the menu includes the following:

  • Krass (spinach pastries)
  • Sfiha (meat pastries)
  • Manakish (za’tar pastries)
  • Arabic salad
  • Home made yogurt
  • Basbussa (yogurt and coconut cake)
  • Arabic coffee and tea

If you want to book a place, write to us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Friday 20 noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests such as vegetarian or vegan]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

Cooking Class Saturday 28 February 2015

Have you ever smelt our home made pastries right after taking them out from the oven? They are yummy! If you want to check it, come and join us on Saturday 28 February (10:30am – 2:30pm) in one of our most fun cooking classes!

All proceeds from the classes will go to support 14 families from Aida and Al-Azzeh camps who have children with disabilities.

Krass and sfiha cooking class
Krass and sfiha cooking class

The menu includes the following:

  • Krass (spinach pastries) [V]
  • Sfiha (meat pastries)
  • Manakish za’tar (home made bread with za’tar and olive oil) [V]
  • Arabic salad
  • Homemade yogurt
  • Basbussa (yogurt and coconut cake)
  • Arabic coffee and tea

If you want to book a place, email us at noorweg.aida@gmail.com before Friday 27 February at noon and provide us with the following information:

  • DATE:  [tell us the date you wish to attend a cooking class]
  • PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend]
  • CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
  • DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests such as vegetarian or vegan]

If you want, you can also check our home stays programme!

We are just learning English and also just learning how to use the email, so thank you for your patience with us.

We hope to see you soon in our cooking classes!

We are a grassroots independent project created by and for refugee women from Aida and al-Azzeh refugee camps (Bethlehem, Palestine) who have children with disabilities and/or are solely in charge of our families.