Persian Cooking Class October 25 to Benefit Grow Some Good

by Chef Nabavi on October 6, 2014



This month’s Persian Cooking Class is sure to entertain! Join Chef Paris Nabavi as he hosts an intimate group in his home to learn, eat, and play…all things Persian.

Paris invites you for food, fine wine, and good company as he shares some secrets from his homeland.

Guests are invited to bring a favorite bottle of wine or enjoy a variety of wines chosen from Chef Nabavi’s private selection.

GSGorgIf you have attended a cooking class before, you know how fun these can be. If not, here’s your chance. Classes are limited to 20 people and a donation of $100 a person will be given (in full) to Grow Some Good.

Please make reservations through Eventbrite link here. You will be emailed details of event, including directions, by October 21.

Suggested donation of $100 per person in the form of a check to Grow Some Good’s fiscal sponsor Tri-Isle RC&D. Donations accepted the  evening of the event.  Please note ‘Grow Some Good’ in your memo.

Please register to confirm your space. The first 20 reservations will be accepted. Guests 21 and older please.


Chef Paris Nabavi’s Home
Ka’anapali, Maui, Hawaii


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Baghali Polo (Fava Bean and Dill Rice)

Braised Saffron Lamb Shank

Yogurt Dip

Salad Shirazi

Persian Ice Cream

Raisin Cookies and Persian Tea

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What They Say About Event:

“I’ve always admired Chef Paris’ infusion of fresh herbs and local produce in his dishes. It’s a great inspiration to experience his Persian family recipes in such an intimate environment sharing food and traditions from his homeland. Having an experience to wander through their beautiful home garden, pick and smell the fresh herbs, then prepare an amazing spread of Persian home cooking is a really special experience.”

Kirk Surry, Coordinator, Grow Some Good

“The unique spices used in Persian cooking, plus learning different preparation techniques, is what draws me to Chef Nabavi’s cooking classes.”

JoRene Valkirs, Regular Attendee




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