Servings: 2 - 3
Last night, the Old Town Media staff banded together in two competing teams to create a culinary masterpiece during a Team Building class at The Cooking Studio. Well, almost a culinary masterpiece. Let’s just say that while none of us are quitting our day jobs to become chefs, we did learn a lot about how our team works together to achieve a common goal.
So, you’re interested in learning how to cook Indian food, but you’re possibly so confused by the ingredients, the names of the dishes, and the regional differences, that you don’t know where to start? That’s all understandable — for those who don’t have a familiarity with the food itself or the language, it can be difficult to know where to start as a fledgling Indian-style chef.
Have no fear! The fine chefs at The Cooking Studio are here to help you with your first foray into Indian cuisine. In today’s blog, we’ll go over many of the terms you’ll need to know in order to prepare for your very own Indian cooking experience. Read on and learn!
As anyone who works in a group setting knows, cooperation is the key to getting things done. This is especially true in the corporate world where partnership and communication can mean the difference between dazzling success and abject failure. When people don’t see eye-to-eye on business matters, it muddies the waters and makes it that much harder to come to an agreeable outcome for all involved.