Featured in the New York Times: A Balkan Feast In a Charming NY Brownstone Dinner

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Featured in the New York Times: A Balkan Feast In a Charming NY Brownstone Take a culinary journey through Bosnia. Join Dina in her New York Brownstone as she dishes up slow-cooked, comforting dishes that tell the story of their region. • Bosnian delicacies made with locally and organically sourced ingredients • Glass of bubbly upon arrival and BYOB • Up to 14 guests around one communal table • Over 400 guests hosted • Featured in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/14/fashion/dinner-party-apps.html About your host Dina: "I was raised in a family that's passionate about food. Having owned a restaurant in the former Yugoslavia, everyone in my family knows how to cook. In Bosnia, we believe that food brings people together. I welcome guests as Bosnians do: when you enter my home, you enter my heart." To start the journey... Traditional Bosnian bread with homemade kajmaki Soft and uniquely creamy ... First station: Bosna border Veal Osso Bucco corba (meat soup) Second station: Sarajevo Traditional pie (spinach) Third station: Bascarsija Sogan Dolma (Stuffed onion, lamb ) Final station... until you come back for more! Tufahija Baked apples, nuts, crème fraîche All ingredients are farm sourced


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  • Featured in the New York Times: A Balkan Feast In a Charming NY Brownstone


Opiniones (2)

  • erin2019-10-23
    We thoroughly enjoyed our experience and would do it again in a heartbeat. Dina was welcoming and happy to tell us about her culture. We met another pair of friends with whom we'll keep our eyes on through Facebook...excellent time was had by all 5
  • Ralf2019-10-12
    The diner was perfect. Very nice people. Good conversations. Food has been good. 5

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  • De 20:00 a 22:30

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I was born and raised in a family that had great (and still has great!) passion and appreciation for cooking and food, and having owned a restaurant in former Yugoslavia, everyone in my family knows how to use the stove. But aside from this, almost everyone in Bosnia at that time was brought up with a firm belief that cooking should be at the center of family life. Food is meant to bring people together, and it's meant to be enjoyed with company. Family bonding occurred right there at the table, so let's just say that most of my childhood memories are tasty ones. I welcome you as the Bosnians do - when you enter my home you enter my heart. I believe in the magical power of the dining table. If you visit someone's home in Bosnia, you can't leave unless you've eaten their food. I can promise you the same once you've entered my home. I am so grateful I get to share something so precious to me as my heritage on the plate. My home is a charming brownstone in West Harlem, filled with handmade furniture including reclaimed wood over 100 years old - woodwork is my husband's (and co-host's) very much loved hobby! We hope you will feel that warm, good energy in our home, this was our goal for guests when designing our space. EatWith has brought us so much joy and fulfillment. If you do not see an event on a date that works for you, feel free to click on the calendar icon on any menu and request another date. Follow me on www.instagram.com/slavicwomaninthekitchen/

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