Global Cooking Theatre with Sneeta – Season 3 – Week 5

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Global Cooking Theatre with Sneeta – Season 3 – Week 5

Spring into action and join our Artistic Nutritional Creatives (the Chefs!) for a season of wit, wisdom and cooking!

Our fourth week show will be hosted by Sneeta, who’ll be preparing Masoor Dahl with Yogurt Naan and Raita, and Muttar Paneer/Chicken Curry.



HOME Slough
+44 (0)1753 571 093

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Sneeta was born in Wolverhampton and her parents are from Punjab in India. She works in a local primary school and is a HR and Premises Manager.

I am so glad to be a part of the Global Cooking Theatre Project again and I am really looking forward to sharing my cooking and my story with you. During the previous theatre sessions, I learnt many different cooking skills from different countries. I am looking forward to meeting new people and learning more skills, and showing off some of my skills.

How to take part?

  • Reserve your place on Eventbrite to receive a shopping list of all the ingredients you’ll need and a link to the Zoom sessions.
  • Each Saturday, at the indicated time (time may vary depending on the session) join our Chef online to cook a delicious and affordable meal from around the world together.
  • While your meal is cooking, go offline to dress for dinner and serve up, re-joining the group to eat your meal together, while the Chefs share stories about their food, clothing and culture with you.

This project is co-created by HOME SloughVision Impression Black Expression (VIBE)Slough Dominican Association (SDA). VIBE and SDA are a part of Slough Caribbean Forum.

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