A Mosaic of Flavor: Bosnian-Herzegovinian Sarma
The Mosaic of Flavor cooking series is a collaboration between City Market and USCRI Vermont (US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants Vermont, formerly the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program). We are excited to resume our Mosaic of Flavor cooking class series with a new online format that will include a livestream cooking demo and discussion. In October, we’ll welcome back to the Teaching Kitchen Davorka Gosto, who will teach us how to make Sarma. Sarma is a traditional stuffed sour cabbage dish popular throughout Bosnia-Herzegovina. Cabbage leaves are fermented and then stuffed with a seasoned mixture of rice and ground beef, laid on a bed of sauerkraut and simmered to completion. Our instructor, Davorka Gosto, came to Vermont from Bosnia-Herzegovina over 20 years ago. A professional caterer, Davorka will share all her secrets for making this tasty fall dish, including how she makes sauerkraut at home. She feels blessed to be one of two daughters raised by a mother who trained and worked as a professional cook in Mostar. Davorka has written a cookbook, From Mama's Kitchen: Cuisine of Herzegovina and loves sharing her knowledge of cooking.
This event is designed as a demo-style class, and not as a cook-along. The livestream will be held virtually on the Microsoft Teams platform, and instructions to join will be sent to participants after registration. Please consider a donation to USCRI’s efforts aiding refugee populations in Vermont when registering for a ticket.
Free, Optional Donation to USCRI