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DelftMama Cooking Night- Mix & Match!

Hosted by Melle Hofman

For the next cooking club we are going to stir it up a bit, whilst at the same time keeping it simple.

Melle Hofman has lived for long periods of time in 6 of the 28 member states of the EU. He met great people from all over our union and learnt to cook tasty recipes.

He would like to share with you one classic dish, mustard soup, from Groningen (his hometown) and a great recipe of Tiramisú he learnt from an Italian girl whilst travelling through Portugal.

If you want to find out how this taste like, join in!

IMPORTANT

– Fees are 10 euro per person.

– There are only 5 spots available, and the registration will be processed on a first come first serve basis.

– To register for this event, please email Anish Patil at info@cultureguru.nl. Once your registration is confirmed, you will receive an email with bank information where payment can be made and event location details will be sent.

– It is a participatory event, where we will all cook & eat together and clean after us before heading home.

Mosaic making in Delft

Delft MaMa hosts a series of special mosaic introduction sessions summer 2017. Delft MaMa Nan Deardorff McClain will be introducing interested participants to the art of making mosaics. These events will also be a great introduction for our Delft MaMa 10th anniversary set of events and projects.

It is sure to be great event!

If the front door isn’t open, call mobile at 0681882491.

We can probably work on the patio again with nice weather. Bring some nibbles or drinks to share. See you there!

Mosaic making in Delft!

Delft MaMa hosts a series of special mosaic introduction sessions summer 2017. Delft MaMa Nan Deardorff McClain will be introducing interested participants to the art of making mosaics. These events will also be a great introduction for our Delft MaMa 10th anniversary set of events and projects.

It is sure to be great event!

If the front door isn’t open, call mobile at 0681882491.

We can probably work on the patio again with nice weather. Bring some nibbles or drinks to share. See you there!

Remember to donate! 

Mosaic making in Delft!

Delft MaMa hosts a series of special mosaic introduction sessions summer 2017. Delft MaMa Nan Deardorff McClain will be introducing interested participants to the art of making mosaics. These events will also be a great introduction for our Delft MaMa 10th anniversary set of events and projects.

It is sure to be great event!

If the front door isn’t open, call mobile at 0681882491.

We can probably work on the patio again with nice weather. Bring some nibbles or drinks to share. See you there!

Remember to donate! 

Mosaic making in Delft!

Delft MaMa hosts a series of special mosaic introduction sessions summer 2017. Delft MaMa Nan Deardorff McClain will be introducing interested participants to the art of making mosaics. These events will also be a great introduction for our Delft MaMa 10th anniversary set of events and projects.

It is sure to be great event!

If the front door isn’t open, call mobile at 0681882491.

We can probably work on the patio again with nice weather. Bring some nibbles or drinks to share. See you there!

Remember to donate! 

Delft Mama Bake-off

The Great Delft Mama Bake-off

Hosted by Nathan and Tarja

The Netherlands, the Low Countries. Home to dykes, bikes, clogs and croquettes. But most importantly for this story, iconic home for centuries to windmills. And that means home to the most wonderful flour near at hand. If you live in the Netherlands, there’s a good chance you live within moderate striking distance of a windmill that grinds its own flour. (If you live here in Delft, the Delft Windmill — http://www.delftsemolen.nl — uses traditional methods to make stone-ground, organic flour and you can even watch them in action if you visit on Thursdays.) And that makes the Netherlands a wonderful place to learn to bake bread. I started baking less than a year after arriving in the Netherlands and I’ve now been making all our family bread for more than 2 years, from loaves for weekly lunches to bread for special occasions. It’s been a wonderful adventure, providing lots of fun, relaxation and (almost) always with a very tasty reward at the end.

In this next edition of Delft Mama’s cooking evening, we will prepare and bake together two basic breads: a yeast loaf and a soda bread. By varying the shape and size of the loaf and the flour or mix of flours used, these simple breads can be styled to suit almost any occasion. And practising these will give you the confidence and skills you need to branch out into more adventurous breads like English hot cross buns, Italian ciabattas and French fougasse.

During the evening, we will each prepare and bake two small loaves which you can take home with you at the end of the evening. For dinner, while our loaves are rising and baking, we will eat bread I have made earlier with a traditional Finnish salmon and potato soup brought along by Tarja van Veldhoven.

Come along and join us… if you dare. Once you start, baking your own bread can be a hard habit to break.

Finnish Salmon Soup
Bread

IMPORTANT

– Fees are 10 euro per person.

– There are only 5 spots available, and the registration will be processed on a first come first serve basis.

– To register for this event, please email Anish Patil at info@cultureguru.nl. Once your registration is confirmed, you will receive an email with bank information where payment can be made and event location details will be sent.

– It is a participatory event, where we will all cook & eat together and clean after us before heading home.

Mosaic making in Delft!

Delft MaMa hosts a series of special mosaic introduction sessions spring/summer 2017. Delft MaMa Nan Deardorff McClain will be introducing interested participants to the art of making mosaics. These events will also be a great introduction for our Delft MaMa 10th anniversary set of events and projects.

It is sure to be great event!

If the front door isn’t open, call mobile at 0681882491.

We can probably work on the patio again with nice weather. Bring some nibbles or drinks to share. See you there!

Dutch cooking evening

Melle Hofman will host a Dutch cooking workshop in April 2017. Menu for the evening includes:

  • Groninger Mustard Soup
  • Witlof with Ham and Cheese

As Melle explains…

The Dutch are not famous for their cuisine – and in the Netherlands food is commonly seen as fuel for the body. Nevertheless, the Dutch do like to go out for dinner “voor de gezelligheid” and they then do indulge in some tasty Dutch classics. Famous from my region, “Groninger mosterdsoep” (Groninger Mustard Soup). It originates from the North of the Netherlands, but is now eaten all over the Netherlands. Made with just a couple of spoons of mustard from the Marne this soup is warm and flavorful icon often enjoyed with either bacon, smoked salmon or Dutch shrimps.

For this recipe Marne mustard is used from the province of Groningen. The mustard factory originates in Kloosterburen. This region is close to Zoutkamp at the Lauwers lake (previously Lauwers sea, it dammed from the sea in 1969) – a fishermen’s village famous for its fresh Dutch shrimps. Combining this heritage, today’s workshop will feature mustard soup with spring onions and fresh shrimps.

As a main course we will go all the way to the other end of the country, to a part that used to be a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands but is now the capital of Belgium, Brussels. During the independence war of 1830, a Belgian farmer in Schaarbeek hid chicory roots in his basement under a layer of sand. Due through the mild winter these grew out to form a leafy vegetable found to be very tasty. Up till today, this vegetable is popular in the Netherlands and Flanders and is often eaten with ham and cheese. So for the main course, this workshop will feature “witlof met ham en kaas”, chicory with ham and cheese.

IMPORTANT
– Fees are 10 euro per person.
– There are only 5 spots available, and the registration will be processed on a first come first serve basis.
– To register for this event, please email Anish Patil at info@cultureguru.nl. Once your registration is confirmed, you will receive an email with bank information where payment can be made and event location details will be sent.
– It is a participatory event, where we will all cook & eat together and clean after us before heading home.

Argentine cooking evening

Fabiana Wijnschenk will host an Argentine cooking workshop in March 2017. Menu for the evening includes:

  • Locro Criollo, a thick stew of vegetables and beef
  • Empanadas Criollas, stuffed with “beef cut by the knife”
  • Pastelitos criollos de Dulce de Membrillo for dessert

As Fabi explains…

Argentinian gastronomy is known for its main ingredient, especially beef. The type and cut of beef basically determines the type of cooking, and this goes from fast cooking, stir frying to stew.

Each region has its own dishes, but Argentine Traditional Creole Cuisine, Cocina Criolla Tradicional, is the perfect combination of native ingredients and cooking techniques introduced by immigrants.

One of the most representative dishes is Locro Criollo, a thick stew of vegetables and beef, which is usually consumed to celebrate the May Revolution in the fall, or Independence Day during the cold July.

Of course you can never miss the Creole Empanadas, Empanadas Criollas, stuffed with “beef cut by the knife”. And the best Argentine wine for a perfect pairing, Malbec.

Creole Sweet Quince Cake –Pastelitos criollos de Dulce de Membrillo– for dessert. And as we, Argentinians, say: Viva la Patria! ”

IMPORTANT
– Fees are 10 euro per person.
– There are only 5 spots available, and the registration will be processed on a first come first serve basis.
– To register for this event, please email Anish Patil at info@cultureguru.nl. Once your registration is confirmed, you will receive an email with bank information where payment can be made and event location details will be sent.
– It is a participatory event, where we will all cook & eat together and clean after us before heading home.

Fundraising High Tea Party – DelftMama

We’re happy to invite you to our first Fundraising High Tea Party on Saturday 10th December 2016 at 14.00 hrs.

Let’s have a relaxing afternoon in good company, drinking tea or coffee and enjoying sweet and savory pastries. This is a fundraising event for Delft MaMa so not only you’ll be enjoying a child-free afternoon with other mamas, but you’ll also be helping out this organization to keep going strong 🙂 See the Facebook Event Page for participating mama’s!

The party will be held in a private room at Lunchroom Leonidas in the city center, Choorstraat 24. We have special menu options for our vegetarian, lactose-free or gluten-free mamas. The High Tea lasts about 2 hours.

For price information and tickets please contact Sandra Treviño at sandratrevinob@gmail.com or via private message; we have limited seats so please get your ticket on time!