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Learn the secrets of making Tibetan momos with Tashi Chodron | 5-6:30pm EST

Feb
10

5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

HIMALAYAN ART AND CULTURE | SERIES – 1
Learn the secrets of making Tibetan momos with Tashi Chodron

Wednesday, February 10; 5:00 – 6:30 pm EST | REGISTER HERE
Free – Donations welcome | Proceeds from this class will benefit the weekly Tibetan children mindfulness meditation class; Awakening Wisdom Experience (AWE).
● Donation of $10 automatically enters into raffle to win a wall hanging tapestry with H.H. the Dalai Lama’s inspirational message (free shipping within USA only).
● Donations of $25 and above will receive:
(1)
a momo roller (while supply last) and
(2) Either wall hanging tapestry with H.H. the Dalai Lama’s inspirational message or set of prayer flags – subject to until supply last
(free shipping within USA only).

The momo is a beloved staple in Tibetan cuisine. Also known as dumpling, potsticker, it is an iconic food in cultures across the Himalayas.

Join us for an interactive virtual cooking class to guide you in making succulent Tibetan momos from your own kitchen. “Momo Maven” Tashi Chodron, Founder of Himalayan Pantry Inc. takes us on a virtual journey to learn home secrets to the many forms of the momo. Tashi will teach you how to make Tibetan momos and help you understand the subtle transformations the momo makes in the Himalayan regions of Nepal, Bhutan and India.

The class will include step-by-step instructions on how to make meat and vegetarian/vegan momos. She will also share recipes of momo sauces that reflect the range of the creativity and tastes of the Himalayan communities. The cooking class will include time for questions and answers.



Tashi Chodron, Founder of Himalayan Pantry Inc and Voices of Tibet – Tibetan Oral History Project. Former consultant on Himalayan Arts and Culture at Baruch Rubin Project at Baruch College. Recipient of Gold star awards from American Himalayan Foundation for tirelessly educating and preservation of Tibetan culture. She leads Awakening Wisdom Experience: Mindfulness Meditation to adults and weekly Children Mindfulness Meditation to help children and parents during the Pandemic. She was a spokesperson for the Heifer project and helped to raise funds to benefit Tibetans inside Tibet. Former Board member of Committee of 100 for Tibet, Bay Area Friends of Tibet , Tibetan Association of Northern California and other organizations for the preservation of Tibetan Culture. Currently, she works at the Rubin Museum as Himalayan Cultural Programs and Partnerships. http://www.phayul.com/2003/08/31/4852/

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