- $85 for one admission to a northwest Indian cooking workshop with Geeta
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at a U Street–Cardozo residence. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 6 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 3 purchasers in order to take place.
What You’ll Do
When asked the secret to perfecting flavorful Indian dishes, The New York Times featured chef and culinary expert Geeta responded, “In India, everything begins and ends with your spice box.” Join her for an immersive experience in Indian cooking, where you’ll learn the cultural and religious contexts for the dishes you prepare and get a chance to investigate the spices in Geeta’s kitchen. Snack on appetizers while you work on vegetarian dishes such as lentils and raita (traditional creamy yogurt with cumin and cucumber), then sit down for a feast of your creations at this BYOB event.
Make a Traditional, Seasonal Indian Meal
Geeta guides you through the process of traditional Northwest Indian cooking as you snack on appetizers and prep several dishes.
Learn the Story Behind the Plates
Discover the difference between Western and Indian cooking, and learn the history of the dishes you create.
Grab your favorite bottle to uncork and savor alongside your meal.
Chef, Storyteller, and Supper Club Host
Instilled with a lifelong love of cooking, Geeta has traveled to India over 20 times, and has been trained at the feet of her guru and mother, Mama Geeta. Geeta is the chef, storyteller, and hostess of Hush Supper Club, where she serves vegetarian Indian food from her region and religious tradition in an intimate, family-style setting. Having hosted over 70 suppers and 800 guests, Geeta has been featured in places like The New York Times, NPR and The Washington Post.