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Calendar of Events:

Monday, November 8, 2021

– Office Door Decorating Contest

  • Winning door: Academic Advisement Center!

Tuesday, November 9th

- International Food Festival and Cultural Immersion Tables 

     --Location: SVSU Marketplace
     --Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm 

Wednesday, November 10th and Thursday, November 11th

- Scavenger Hunt

  • Anytime between 8:30am - 4:00pm
  • Rules: 
    • Register at the Office of International & Advanced Studies, W230
      --Teams of 4 or less: Give us your team name
      --Timing: we will mark the time you start and end the scavenger hunt
    • The quickest team wins!
      • Prize:
        --SVSU swag (SVSU Tervis cup, SVSU Sticker, souvenir, and ingredients for the Virtual cooking recipe)

Thursday, November 11th

- Virtual Cooking Class

- Click on link to view cooking video: https://youtu.be/KX1BDQXJxGA
- At 7pm, our chef, Craig, will be live to talk to if you have any questions/comments:
       Join Zoom Meeting
            https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87630231285?pwd=bVl4RFFnbFNBUVhxWFdTZ0VCWEtPdz09
            Meeting ID: 876 3023 1285
            Passcode: iew2021

  • Indian fish cutlets: from the southern part of India, Kerala 
  • Recipe/ingredients:
    --1 can of tuna
    --1 small onion
    --1 potato
    --half inch ginger
    --salt and pepper
    --cayenne pepper
    --Lime juice
    --1 egg
    -- cup of breadcrumbs
  • How to make the fish cutlets
    --Drain the oil from the tuna and keep it aside
    --Finely chop the onions and the ginger
    --Add oil to a pan and sautee the ginger and onions on low heat until golden brown
    --Once golden brown, add some cyenne, salt, pepper, splash of lime juice and a pinch of tumeric, then mix them all together
    --Add the tuna to the mix and sautee it on low heat for 3 minutes
    --Sprinkle some finley chopped cilantro (optional) to the mix and set it aside to cool
    --Peel and boil the potato until ready to be mashed
    --Add mashed potatoes to the tuna and mix them thoroughly
    --Form it into any shape you would like
    --In a bowl, beat an egg and in another bowl, add your breadcrumbs
    --Dip the cutlet into the beaten egg and then dip that into the breadcrumbs
    --In a pan, add enough oil to deep fry the cutlets on medium heat, until it turns golden brown 

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