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class image INDIAN AND PAKISTANIAN CUISINE Respondents: 9
Score: 4.59

Meegan Score: 4.66/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
5 - Very Entertaining
The atmosphere was
4 - Fun
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Please let us know what we could do to improve your experience
only critique would be that there were a lot of chefs in the kitchen (literally) and a few louder students and sometimes it was hard to follow what was being taught at the stove due to too many side conversations. But no big deal - definitely not a showstopper.
Additional comments and observations

Would you come back: Think that Indian food definitely requires more than one class. Would love to see more classes on the menu. Would love to see a paneer recipe if they do the veg. class.


Zuzel Score: 5/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
5 - Very Entertaining
The atmosphere was
5 - Cheerful
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Please let us know what we could do to improve your experience
A second session for this class
Additional comments and observations

The Instructor (Chef) was?: Great chemistry between the Chef Nagi, Chef Jean Pierre and Dr. Khan

The atmosphere was: Very comfortable and cheerful

Complexity of the information provided: I was surprised to see how easy the techniques were

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: Excellent!

The Skills that you learn were: I can actually do this at home!

Would you come back: I am looking forward to the next class on Indian and Pakistanian Cuisine


Janice Score: 3.66/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
3 - OK
The atmosphere was
5 - Cheerful
Would you come back
3 - Maybe
Please let us know what we could do to improve your experience
Perhaps next time the Chef could have more of the "Floor" or "Control". I felt that I missed a lot of what was going on because I could not hear her over the Doctor's conversations. It got quite distracting. However, I enjoyed the food and the light heartedness of the evening. Thank you!
Additional comments and observations

The Instructor (Chef) was?: The Chef was too quiet when talking and tended to only speak to individuals in the front row.

Complexity of the information provided: They tended to jump around a lot, giving too much info instead of concentrating on what was happening there at the time.

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: I did enjoy the food. It was most tasty.


Sir David Score: 4.66/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
4 - Entertaining
The atmosphere was
5 - Cheerful
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Please let us know what we could do to improve your experience
The one suggestion that I have is that Dr. Khan and Chef Nagi speaking at the same time was very distracting. My feeling is that the Dr.Khan could explain at the beginning or before each dish the background information that she shared with us. Chef Nagi should be the one that speaks during the actual cooking since her voice is quite quiet and she obviously knows what she is going during this portion of the presentation. To properly absorb the information being given to us, we must be able to concentrate on what is being said and that cannot be properly done with two people trying to speak at the same time and with other people in the audience asking questions at the same time. The overall experience was really fabulous. I was so happy to have attended the class. My mouth is watering thinking about the next class.
Additional comments and observations

The Instructor (Chef) was?: Both Dr. Khan and Chef Nagi were extremely knowledgeable and experienced in the cuisines of the regions in India and Pakistan. As Dr. Khan said that cooking is her passion and for Chef Nagi it is not only her passion, but her way of life.

The atmosphere was: It was very friendly, open, and fun! Of course, Chef Jean-Pierre with his wonderful sense of humor added a great deal to the evening.

Complexity of the information provided: The preparation of the food was easy. The method of using the spices was a bit complex if you have not experience in these cuisines. There were made, however, easy to understand by Chef Nagi.

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: This was the best Pakistani/Indian food that I have had since being in the company of my former family in France who were from Pakistan. No restaurant that I have been to in Florida could hold a candle to this cooking.

The Skills that you learn were: The assistance with the techniques and philosophy behind the way things were prepared was extremely helpful.

Would you come back: Sign me up now for the next classes that are given from these ladies!!!!!l


Jeanne Score: 4.33/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
4 - Entertaining
The atmosphere was
4 - Fun
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Please let us know what we could do to improve your experience
Just have more classes
Additional comments and observations

The Instructor (Chef) was?: Both ladies were very good at interacting and showing us what they were doing and explaining all the different spices however no one is as fun or entertaining as JP

The atmosphere was: It's ALWAYS fun when JP is in the room!

Complexity of the information provided: A lot of ingredients but very doable for the home cook

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: The food was DELICIOUS! I enjoyed every bite

The Skills that you learn were: Can't wait to try the recipes at home

Would you come back: As soon as it's on the calendar I will sign up for the class, I loved it! I've been waiting for this cuisine to show up as JP has talked about it for awhile - It's one of my favorites and not as available as the Italian and French cuisines. Great Job!


gregory Score: 5/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
5 - Very Entertaining
The atmosphere was
5 - Cheerful
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Additional comments and observations

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: Wasn't sure what to expect from the class description, but was pleasantly surprised that the food was tasty, delicious and full of wonderful seasonings. The desert was amazing and everyone wanted seconds and thirds.

The Skills that you learn were: Many of my friends are allergic to wheat flour. The vegetable fritters used chickpea flour which useful as a substitute for wheat flour.

Would you come back: Want to learn more about seasonings used and regional differences.


Sharon Score: 4.66/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
5 - Very Entertaining
The atmosphere was
4 - Fun
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Additional comments and observations

The Instructor (Chef) was?: very knowledgeable and informative explained everything in a very easy manner

The atmosphere was: very relaxed atmosphere a good fun group

Complexity of the information provided: everything was explained very well

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: very authentic Indian cuisine

Would you come back: can't wait for the next class definitely wouldn't miss it for anything


Helen Score: 4.33/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
4 - Entertaining
The atmosphere was
4 - Fun
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Additional comments and observations

Would you come back: Please have more of these two ladies. Food was great! I am ready to sign up for more.


susan Score: 5/5
The Instructor (Chef) was?
5 - Very Entertaining
The atmosphere was
5 - Cheerful
Would you come back
5 - For sure
Please let us know what we could do to improve your experience
I would like a suggestion as to the pairing of wine for the type of cuisine...so I could bring that with me to the class. I learned from a friend that the right pairing for this type of food was either beer, rose champagne or a sweet white wine, like a Riesling. Knowing this information in advance of the class would be wonderful. Several people in the class asked that question, so obviously some people did not know what to bring to drink.
Additional comments and observations

The Instructor (Chef) was?: Very charming and professional..they both demonstrated their passion for cooking

The atmosphere was: Great participation as always

Complexity of the information provided: Complex only because of the many spices involved with Indian/Pakistani cooking and the preparation needed for this type of cuisine.

The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: Wonderful flavors and aromas...you can get hooked on the food.

The Skills that you learn were: The method of cooking was different and it was interesting to learn a new way to prepare everyday food, like chicken and vegetables

Would you come back: Would love another class with this chef. The next one should be a pure vegetarian Indian/pakistani night