You are invited to a Welcome Neighbor STL Supper Club to support refugee families recently
You are invited to a Welcome Neighbor STL Supper Club to support refugee families recently settled in St. Louis. Enjoy food, conversation, and catching up with friends – old and new. From cultural exchange to just plain fun, look forward to a great evening.
These meals present an opportunity for immigrant families to share knowledge and skills unique to them. It is also an opportunity for us to get a glimpse into their culture. These fundraising efforts can set them on a path of greater independence and confidence in their lives here in in the USA.
When you attend a Welcome Neighbor STL Supper Club, your meal will be prepared by immigrant neighbors who will share their culture and cooking skills by providing a table full of traditional food from their country of origin.
Suggested donation: $25 per person.
The event will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church, 1408 S. 10th Street, St. Louis, MO 63104. Please park in back lot and enter through hall doors.
October 5, 2019 Menu – Enjoy Afghanistan Cuisine
- Shornakhod – An appetizer made of chickpeas and kidney beans with a crushed cilantro, lemon and vinegar dressing.
- Dal Soup – mung beans or red lentils, turmeric, cayenne pepper, cumin, cardamom, bay leaves, chicken stock or 6 cups vegetable stock.
- Salad – Cubed tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and mint with lemon dressing.
- Lola Kebab – Ground lamb, yellow chopped onion, finely chopped flat-leaf parsley, plus more for garnish. finely chopped fresh mint leaves, ground cumin, garlic, cumin, salt black pepper, vegetable oil fried.
- Kabuli Palow – A generous portion of Basmati rice cooked with a special blend of saffron, black pepper, cardamom, coriander and cumin. Topped with raisins, nuts and julienned carrots.
- Gosh-e Fil also know as Elephant Ear Pastries, this is an Afghan dessert that is most similiar to American style doughnuts. The dessert is made by shaping dough into the shape of an elephant ear (gosh), and deep-fried in oil. Each piece is then topped with chopped pistachios and powdered sugar. The Afghans usually make this dessert for special occasions.