Specialty Dining Experience with John Paul Indian Whisky Spirits paired with specialty Goan Indian dishes put on by the amazing roaming Pacific Food and Beverage Museum (PacFab) at Mandovi Indian Cusine in El Segundo (note this is not at the cooking school).
Join Chef Annette-a member of PacFab, Culinary Historians of SoCal, and Women Who Whiskey at this amazing pairing of Indian Paul John Whiskey with a delicious authentic Goan Indian feast. Goa was once a Portuguese colony so the influence of the Iberian Peninsula is evident in the food. Cost is well worth the price of admission but seating is LIMITED! Culinary history will thrill your mind and the chefs dishes your palette. A whiskey aficionado will lead us through the tasting, and local culinary historian Richard Foss will pull the culinary history together for us.
Appetizers-Mini Beef Samosa and a Mini Batata Vada-paired with Whisky Punch.
Main courses-Galina Chicken Cafreal, Pork Vindaloo. Mandovi Rava Fried Fish, Cauliflower, Peas, and Pumpkin Caldin. Paired with a neat pour of Paul John whisky.
Dessert-Mandovi Serradura Trifle--Portuguese creamy, crumbled biscuit pudding paired with after dinner whiskey cocktail. Registration is solely through PacFab and there is limited seating.
Registration and location available only at https://natfab.org/events/indian-spirit-indian-cuisine