Spiced Up Indian, April 3rd

On Sunday, April 3, starting at 12 pm, executive chef/owner Sudhir Chef of Bethesda’s Passage to India and Rockville’s Spice Xing invites Slow Food members and friends to learn a few Indian cooking basics at Spice Xing. He will teach attendees how to prepare four different regional dishes, and give people a chance to go into the kitchen to see how tandoori bread is made and baked.

After class, everyone is invited to sit down to an Indian feast.

Cost for Slow Food members, $35 per person; for nonmembers, $40 per person. The price does not include drinks. No limit on numbers welcome to sign up. As the chef says, “The more the merrier!”

Spice Xing, 100-B Gibbs Street
Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 610-0303
Metro: Red Line, Rockville Station

In order to register to the class go to:

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3 Responses to Spiced Up Indian, April 3rd

  1. andrew says:

    I have been trying to register for this site eventbrite and all I experice is issues…. I hate this site… your old site did such better job. I had my accout all set-up and everything so good on the old site… I cannot even find your event on this site, yet it comes on the old one and you have no option for me to register

  2. andrew says:

    ALso do you know how much higher your fees are?? I just checked out the differences.

    • Theo says:

      Sorry Andrew that you have had issues. To answer your questions:

      1. Why did you switch ticket sites? We did so because we had far more problems with mycommunityevents. They just went through an upgrade not too long ago and 1 out of 5 people were not able to log into their accounts. Additionally a very bad security issue was cropping up where member information was being made available to the public through mycommunityevents. We had to move to protect our members, and move fast. Luckily we had been doing research to do such a move because the new management interface was so bad on mycommunityevents that we were going to move anyhow. Eventbrite is one of the highest used ticket site in the industry, and comes with more features, so the choice was clear.

      2. I can’t find the event? The event is directly on our webpage that you wrote on here: It’s http://spicedupsfdc.eventbrite.com/

      3. Registration? I think you are asking for an account to save your info. Eventbrite doesn’ t save ticket buyers info that way, but we set the event up to only ask a couple questions. It should only take a couple seconds to enter your info. Also given our issues from mycommunityevents I am glad they don’t have accounts.

      4. Fees. I hate the fees too, but its the nature of event ticketing. Mycommunityevents is 2.5% plus 98¢. Eventbrite is $0.99 + 2.5%. So it’s a penny more. I think we did the best we could with the switch. We have no money to pay the fees, we are 100% volunteer. We all do this on our free time. We get no money from Slow Food USA. We are working on getting fundraising and perhaps once we get that program running we can start eating the fees. Right now we can’t though.

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