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WELCOME  to our Cooking Class Activity Group!  

Hello all,
 
Salvation! We have a new location for Cooking, and it is a lot larger and roomier than the Alcosta Senior Center.  New Location:  Dougherty Station Community Center, 17011 Bollinger Canyon Rd, San Ramon. In the same complex as the DVC, Dougherty Library and Police Sub-Station.  South of the high school. Easy access. 
 
We successfully finished our 2019 Mediterranean Cooking Tour with Lebanese cuisine last Thursday, November 21st.  We prepared and enjoyed Appetizers of Feta Cheese & Lebanese Olives, Hummus and Baba Ghanoush (Roasted Eggplant).   Our salad was Lebanese Tabbouleh.  Then for our main course we prepared Shish Tawook (marinated, grilled chicken pieces) and Rice Pilaf.  Dessert was a Lebanese original – Baklava.  All punctuated with white and red wine! 
 
We “visited” eight different locales in the Mediterranean food scene in 2019, each a tasty adventure and well worth the effort.  You can check out our recipes on theSIR128 website and make a few yourself.  Each one was simple enough – and tasty – that you would want to try on your own.
 
Next year join us on a simple 5 Ingredients adventure and we explore tasty, easy recipes using just five ingredients for each course.   First adventure will be in January.   Watch for details. 
 
 
Thanks, all.  
 
John & Anne Noll
925-570-7073-M
 

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Dougherty Station Community Cente​​​​r
17011 Bollinger Canyon Rd, San Ramon
Nov 21
2019
 
We successfully finished our 2019 Mediterranean Cooking Tour with Lebanese cuisine last Thursday, November 21st.  We prepared and enjoyed Appetizers of Feta Cheese & Lebanese Olives, Hummus and Baba Ghanoush (Roasted Eggplant).   Our salad was Lebanese Tabbouleh.  Then for our main course we prepared Shish Tawook (marinated, grilled chicken pieces) and Rice Pilaf.  Dessert was a Lebanese original – Baklava.  All punctuated with white and red wine! 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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