Though India and Indiana are roughly the same word, their cuisine offerings are worlds apart. Find out the difference two letters make with today's Groupon to Bolly Bears. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get an Indian-cuisine cooking class for two people (an $80 value).
- For $89, you get a private Indian-cuisine cooking party for up to six people at your home (a $200 value).
Each couple or cooking party host will also receive one complimentary Indian cooking lesson DVD and recipes to take home.
The sibling senseis behind Bolly Bears now train willing hands in the delicate and delicious art of Indian cuisine. Couples, friends, and conjoined substitute teachers can construct restaurant-style dishes with a partner class, during which Bolly Bears' chefs impart ingredient expertise and demonstrate the basics of preparing palate-pleasing saag paneer and chicken or vegetable curry. Over the course of one to two hours, couples will learn how to make Indian style paneer cheese at home, and enjoy a dish of saag and curry at the end of class that reunites mustard leaf and coriander for the first time since their fabled spice-cabinet falling-out last Thanksgiving.
Private, in-home Indian cooking parties provide a chef to lead two- to three-hour galas in curry-crafting basics. Students will each tenderly turn raw ingredients into savory saag paneer and chicken or veggie curry, then devour them suddenly and without mercy. Instructors will provide enough ingredients for up to six people, but can accommodate more masticators if kitchen space is large enough and eye-to-stomach ratios remain stable.
Weekly Panda Chef classes led by Chef Dan and are held at the historic Findlay Market, Ohios oldest remaining indoor outdoor farmers market. Attendees can enjoy hundreds of shops and vendors before putting on their cooking apron.