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Julie Ann Sageer, a cooking ...
Julie Ann Sageer, a cooking show host and chef with the New York Wine & Culinary Center, and other chefs will give free classes at the festival's Culinary Center.
Classes are planned for 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Saturday and 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
Savor the succulence of summer with ...
Savor the succulence of summer with Julie Ann Sageer's (Julie Taboulie's)four-week mouthwatering Middle Eastern experience of hands-on cooking classes that introduces authentic main dishes incorporating all in season summer fresh ingredients!
Nearly one year ago, residents in Marcellus and Skaneateles were first treated to series of cooking classes focused on the tastes of Lebanon thanks to Marietta resident Julie Ann Sageer
Now, to thank those who helped her get her start in the cooking world, Sageer is holding an anniversary party at 7 p.m. Tuesday April 27 in the Community Room of Marcellus Free Library, 32 Maple St. in Marcellus.
"I felt it was only fitting.
It's a complimentary event," she
"It's kind of my way of thanking the community, the library [and] all my participants that have been loyally following me."
Learn to cook the "Middle Eastern Mezze," an arrangement of traditional small dishes customarily enjoyed prior to the main course of a meal or as an accompaniment to the main dishes with local chef and media celebrity Julie Ann Sageer.
But Julie Ann Sageer
decided to focus on capturing the comforting effects of mom's home cooking in her
most recent cooking class at Creekside Books
& Coffee Thursday.
is teaching a "Sweet Breads for the Holidays" class.
will lead the next class on Dec. 10 on a yet-to-be determined topic.
On Thursday, Sageer
presented a sweet bread that Sageer's mother made on a regular basis.
mother assisted her
at the Creekside class, just like she
has done during Sageer's other classes.
Julie Ann Sageer
is proud of her
heritage and plans to indulge others with the authenticity of classic Lebanese cuisines through a series of classes beginning this week at the Skaneateles Community Center
, who grew up in Liverpool before heading to Long Island for college and a subsequent career in television media, recently moved back home to Central New York.
Nestled into her new surroundings in Marietta, she began her latest adventures by holding cooking classes at the Marcellus Free Library.
bringing those talents to neighboring Skaneateles because the classes in Marcellus went so well and it "was a natural choice to come here next."
"There's a kind of mystique with ...
"There's a kind of mystique with falafel," said Julie Ann Sageer, a local chef and cooking instructor who comes from a Lebanese family and now lives in Marcellus.
From Julie Ann Sageer
From Julie Ann Sageer
Please mail registration form and payment ...
Please mail registration form and payment to: "Meet Me At The Market" c/o Julie Ann Sageer, Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Cuisine, P.O. Box 57, Marietta NY 13110-0057 (payment must be received by Tuesday, October 26th 2010).
THE WATKINS GLEN FINGER LAKE WINE FESTIVAL WELCOMES "JULIE TABOULIE™"(Julie Ann Sageer) LEBANESE CUISINE.
Experience Mouthwatering Middle Eastern Eats as you join in and watch Julie Ann Sageer (Julie Taboulie) present some of her signature specialties such as, her famous fantastically flavorsome "Falafel," taste bud tantalizing "Taboulie" and Kafta Kabobs!
Originally from Central New York, ...
Originally from Central New York, Julie Ann Sageer has always had a special fondness for food, especially the unique yet deliciously distinctive Middle Eastern food that she grew up on.
To quote Julie Ann "our food has always been a big part of my life, it's a part of my heritage and who I am today.
As a young Lebanese girl growing up in the suburbs of Liverpool, Julie Ann knew early on that she was just a little different, as she was enjoying dishes like hummus, babaganoush, tabouli, falafel and grape leaves.
fun loving personality to the "Lebanese Cuisine" Cooking Classes, Demo's & Tasting Events that she
hosts guiding the recipes along in a no non-sense, simplistic approach that are simple to follow, sure to please and even better to eat!
Born in the Unites States, this full-blooded, first generation's life has nearly revolved around food and family her
Whether it was her
family's restaurant, their own kitchen, one of her
relative's kitchens or sharing specialty dishes with the neighbor's, one thing was constant; there was always lots of family and lots of great food around.
Where a family might make one or two dishes for dinner, Julie Ann's
made three, four, sometimes even five, to them it was all about making the tastiest food for everyone to enjoy at that time.
Therefore it was no surprise that Julie Ann
started cooking at an early age and most of all helping out Mom in the kitchen.
From filling and rolling grape leaves, mixing and taste testing tabouli to making the fresh pita bread with her
was just about getting her
hands in a little bit of everything.
So it was only a natural progression that now Julie Ann wants to share her
legacy of delicious recipes and adoring love of her
country's food and culture with the masses.
comes from a large family (now who would have thought that?).
Being the youngest of four children, Julie Ann
has an older sister and two older brothers, along with forty-one first cousins alone, countless aunts and uncles (not to mention tons of other relatives who are somehow, in one way or another related to her too) and of course her two irresistibly adorable little nieces, Sophie Honey and Lola Josephine.
enjoys dancing (to Arabic music of course) writing, traveling, smiling and laughing out loud!
Julie Ann Sageer holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Broadcasting Communications from Long Island University at C.W. Post Campus