What you'll do
I will host a cooking class with my wife Dalia to teach everyone how to make falafel and hummus. Guests will arrive to appetizers and juice. We will have a brief introduction to the history of Z Zoul and what it means to welcome people into a culture through food. We will then all have a hands on falafel and hummus making class. Once the falafel have been cooked, the guests will eat what they've made as part of a bigger meal. We will work with the guests to prepare a meal that caters to all dietary restrictions. Dahlia's "Roz Billaban" rice pudding will be served for dessert along with "Jabana," Sudanese coffee with cardamom and dried ginger.
I came with my family to the United States as asylum seekers from Sudan. We have made our dreams come to life by opening San Francisco's first Sudanese restaurant - Z Zoul Cafe. I welcome everyone who comes to Z Zoul as if they were guests in my home. I love teaching about the food, language and culture of Sudan
Appetizers, a meal and dessert will be provided as we break bread together following the falafel making course.
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Where you'll be
The class and meal will be hosted at Z Zoul Cafe. Z Zoul is a family run cafe in the heart of the Tenderloin.
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 8 guests aged 5 and up can attend.
Falafel and Hummus Making Class and Meal