Refining Palates

Kids Dig Into Indian Fare At Museum’s Culinary Class

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Posted: February 8, 2013

Sonali Aradhey (right), a native of India, helps Allison Hoffman make a lentil crepe during a class at Classic Kitchen and Bath on Deyerle Avenue on Thursday. The class, hosted by the Explore More Discovery Museum, was part of the “Culinary Kids” series for children up to grade four. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Sonali Aradhey, a native of India, with Melanie Veith (back right), the museum’s program manager, shows the kids how to make samosas and raita, a cucumber-tomato salad made with yogurt.
Marley McGlaughlin tastes a lentil crepe with raita dip on Thursday.
Jackson Li, 7, mixes potato filling for samosas on Thursday.
HARRISONBURG — Though 5-year-old Maisey Meaney’s palate hadn’t previously been introduced to Indian cuisine, several bites of a lentil crepe Thursday evening confirmed her affinity for the South...

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