Lamb Biryani

September 21, 2011

I’m really excited about today’s blog post. I don’t talk much about my job in this space but the organization I work for is, for want of a better word, awesome. As a non-profit regional arts organization we engage people in meaningful arts experiences across the Midwest and beyond.

One of our newest programs is called Caravanserai: A Place Where Cultures Meet. It’s designed to introduce U.S. audiences to exciting and dynamic artists from the Muslim world and to create new pathways for Americans to experience the diversity of contemporary Muslim artistic expressions.

The current season features the diverse cultures of contemporary Pakistan. Pretty cool, right? To learn more about how the program works, you should visit the website.

One thing the the team working on this program understood immediately was the importance of food. They knew readers would want to hear and learn about Pakistani cuisine on the Caravanserai blog and asked me to contribute some recipes and posts. To say I was excited would be a minor understatement.

Head over to the Caravanserai blog now for my first post and a recipe for lamb biryani that may just rock your world.

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margosita September 21, 2011 at 11:48 am

That looks so good! I’m definitely clicking through for the recipe!

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Danielle September 22, 2011 at 9:51 pm

This sounds absolutely amazing. I’m currently going through a sort of “am I doing the right thing with my life?!” thing right now and non-profit work that combines two things I’m very passionate about, art and culture, sounds like a phenomenal way to spend my day. Your Pakistani dish looks great too :)

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tina September 29, 2011 at 1:08 pm

i love lamb biryani! when i lived in LA, there is a bangladeshi restuarant i always went to just for the lamb biryani and fish curry! i haven’t cooked with lamb before…not sure if i can get things right!

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