Himalayan Snacks and Chai Tea

Do people up in the mountains eat yeti meat for snacks? No, but they do enjoy unique eats! Make aloo dum, pakoda, nimki, chatpatey and chai tea, sure to become your new go-to menu items for get-togethers. $12 food fee payable to instructor.

Ishwari Rajak

Ishwari is from Nepal where she grew up cooking for her family since the age of 6. She holds dual master's degrees in Non-Profit Leadership and Gender and Women's Studies. In Nepal she worked for many years in international profit making and nonprofit organizations. In the US, she is involved in nonprofit work and mentors high school girls. Currently, she is pursuing her revived love for cooking. Self named a "lazy good cook", Ishwari has learned tricks to make cooking easier. She will be sharing some of those tips in her classes.

Ishwari has her own business in Ayurvedic healing, beauty and chocolates. She adds the element of healing to her handmade chocolates.

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  Ishwari Rajak


Como Park Senior High : 1203 FACS Classroom (Culinary)
Tuesday, May 5
6:30 - 8:30 PM

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Min Age   16 yr.

Price: $ 32 00