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.

Cooking Classes Continues at TCC Syracuse

Cooking Classes Continues at TCC Syracuse

TCC Syracuse Women Club added one more class to its periodical cooking classes. Participants of cooking classes are growing while various recipes of traditional Turkish recipes are shared. TCC Women Club members mentioned that they ...

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‘Babam ve Oglum’ Turkish Movie Screening

‘Babam ve Oglum’ Turkish Movie Screening

On Wednesday night, Turkish Cultural Center Westchester in conjunction with Chappaqua Library organized a movie night open to the community free of charge. The movie called  “Babam ve Oglum” (‘My Father and My Son’ Turkish) ...

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Cooking Class at TCC Staten Island

Cooking Class at TCC Staten Island

Event Date : March 14, 2015 In March 2015 Cooking Class we introduced Rose Borek, Mosaic Cake and Lentil Balls. We also had visitors who did not attend class but enjoyed the food prepared in ...

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Kids Cooking Class in Staten Island

Kids Cooking Class in Staten Island

Event Date: February 28th, 2015 We introduced cooking class to our young ones. Besides lecturing the benefits of eating healthy and nutritious food, the our chef-instructor shows them how to make things. Then every kid ...

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Turkish Tradition Dishes at Long Island

Turkish Tradition Dishes at Long Island

Our first class of the month of love had heartwarming dishes. We started of the class with hot yogurt soup which was just perfect to warm us up from the freezing cold outside. Yogurt soup ...

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Cooking Class at TCC Long Island

Cooking Class at TCC Long Island

It was freezing outside but we were pretty warm at the Turkish Cultural Center with our students. We had a lovely evening with lots of different topics discussed and delicious food that we learned to ...

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