Category Archives: Cooking Classes

COOKING CLASSES take place every month to bring attention to traditional ways of cooking Turkish food. Each class will take 2.5 hours and students will learn about at least three different dishes. At the end of our class, we will enjoy the wonderful dishes we have made. The Turkish Cooking Class is a great opportunity for meeting new people, and enjoying new experiences with different people of the community.

A Special Cooking Class for College of Staten Island Students

A Special Cooking Class for College of Staten Island Students

On February 19, 2016, TCC hosted a special Cooking Class for College of Staten Island students from the Verrazano School. Besides the hands on cooking practice, students learned a little bit about Turkish culture and ...

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World Thinking Day Celebration

World Thinking Day Celebration

On February 27th , Saturday, Syracuse Northeast Community Center organized a World Thinking Day Celebration for the girl scouts and asked us to create a cooking class for 65 kids. With that many kids, we ...

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Monthly Cooking Class

Monthly Cooking Class

TCCR Women Council held its monthly Cooking Class on Saturday, Feb 7th at the Cultural Center. There were more than 20 students enjoyed learning new special dishes from Turkish Cuisine. Today’s menu was composed of ...

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Cooking Class at TCCNY

Cooking Class at TCCNY

A full house once again for the second of our January Cooking classes. Due to the phenomenal response for the Turkish Cooking Class, we have had to add an additional class each month and even ...

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The First Cooking Class of The Season

The First Cooking Class of The Season

The first Cooking Class of the season have started with seven students at the TCCR on October 6, 2015 by the members of the Women Council. The Menu of the Course were; 1)A specialty of ...

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Cooking Class- 2nd Class at TCCR

Cooking Class- 2nd Class at TCCR

On Sunday, December 6 TCC Women Council organized the 2nd Cooking Class of the Season. There were three course of Turkish Delicacy; Turkish Turkish Flat Bread (Gozleme), Yogurt Drink (Ayran), Sheppard Salad (Coban Salatasi), Apple ...

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