Cookbook author and Eatwith host Christina will teach you how to prepare a delicious and healthy Greek feast - vegetarian baked Zucchini & Feta "Meatballs" (Kolokithokeftedes) using easily sourced in-season ingredients and Tzatziki, which pairs perfectly with the dish.
What to expect:
• Cook a delicious Greek fast of Zucchini & Feta "Meatballs" (Kolokithokeftedes) and homemade Tzatziki • Christina will demonstrate each step and will answer any question you have while cooking. • You will receive a list of all ingredients, cooking tools, and recipe in advance.
A word from your host, Christina: "Welcome to my kitchen! I'm Christina, a professional chef, cookbook author, recipe developer, and journalist based in Los Angeles, California. I love tantalizing palates throughout the city with traditional and modern Greek-themed pop-up dining experiences. My goal is not only to create delicious food for you, but also to teach you how to feed yourself and your family."
What to expect
FANTASTIC experience!!! Christina and Alex make your evening totally magical. You can see right away they love to host and make you feel like you are friends. The food is so delicious and Christina makes sure to explain in details each items which makes it not just food you will eat but a history to feed your soul. DO NOT hesitate to book this very special experience. You’ll leave with a big smile on your face.
I've always loved Greek food so was super excited to see this Greek themed online cooking experience on Eatwith! Host Christina taught us how to make one of her family signature recipes which was amazing! A fun, interactive cooking class for Greek food lovers!
Chef Christina made a really yummy meal, and served up sweet, sincere stories to go along with each course. She and her husband were warm and entertaining hosts who even surprised us with a little live opera performance by a friend. You could feel her genuine joy in cooking and entertaining.
Christina is a WONDERFUL chef and created a lovely evening for us and for the important and pressing cause of homelessness. She welcomed my guest and I enthusiastically into her home, eager to pour us each a Greek cocktail with flavors of autumn, apple cider, and cinnamon. She had an exquisite spread of crudités with various Greek dips, cheeses, olives, and her scrumptious spanakopita. Dinner was exquisite and consisted of tender lamb slow cooked in a traditional clay pot from the Greek island of Sifnos with a side medley of perfectly roasted root vegetables along with traditional Greek wines. Dessert, a honey and cheese pie topped with thyme, honey from Greece, pomegranates and pistachios was absolutely delicious, so much in fact that I had to have seconds! The atmosphere she created outdoors was cozy and transportive...I felt like I was back in Greece, if only for a moment.