September 3
-Making French Crepes - sweet and savory
-Crepe Recipe
Where to purchase:
All the ingredients are available at your neighborhood supermarket


September 4
Camp - No Class


September 10
-Discussion on Indian food culture with virtual guest speaker Amita Farmah
-Sample Chai

Where to purchase ingredients:
Patel Brothers in Pineville

Further Reading: Curry: A Tale of Cooks and Conquerers by Lizzie Collingham


September 11
-Making Chapatis and sampling them with chana daal and aloo gobi
Recipe: See handout from class
Where to purchase ingredients:
Patel Brothers


September 17
-Discussion on empanadas in Latin America and stuffed doughs around the world
-Prepare picadillo filling for tomorrow’s empanadas
Recipe: See handout
Where to purchase ingredients:
Ingredients fillings are available at any large neighborhood supermarket. Premade empanada dough can be purchased at Compare Foods or Super G Mart


September 18
-Guest speaker skyped in from Costa Rica - Odilie Calvo, Director of Immersion Abroad Costa Rica
-Assemble empanadas and bake
-Mrs. Emrich will judge best empanadas


September 24
-Discussion on Italian food and pasta
-Watch Pasta Grannies on YouTube
-Sample Italian Pizelles
Where to purchase ingredients:
All the ingredients are available at your neighborhood supermarket and World Market

Further reading:
On the Noodle Road: From Beijing to Rome with Love and Pasta by Jen Lin-Liu
Hot Bread Kitchen by Jessamyn Rodriguez


September 25
-Use pasta makers to make linguini/spaghetti, cook and serve with evoo and lemon juice
Homemade Pasta Recipes:
https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/homemade-pasta/
https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2015/01/fresh-egg-pasta.html

Where to purchase ingredients:
All the ingredients are available at your neighborhood supermarket and World Market

Assignment #2
Find a country or culture we have not discussed at this point and research their use of bread or starch as a side or central dish.
Send me an email (Subject Line: Assignment #2) with the following information:
1) Name of country or culture
2) Name of their bread or starch
3) Is their bread/starch used to scoop up other ingredients like a chapati, stuffed like an empanada, served with sweet or savory toppings like crepes or dried and then boiled like pasta?