EVENT - 1 Night Only
Friday, January 9th 2015 @ 7:30 pm
Eat with the "Indian Boy"
Join us for a
night of theater, music and food to help benefit Chicago's
only South Asian American ensemble (and our upcoming production of A Nice Indian Boy)! We are excited to be in residence at
Victory Gardens, and need your support to continue presenting plays that illuminate the South Asian experience.
Meet the Playwright "Madhuri Shekar"
Toast with "Taj Mahal Margaritas"
See a glimpse of "A Nice Indian Boy"
Rock with Modern South Asian Beats
"Check out Her Samosas"
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Photographer: Ken Sandhu:(847) 261-4887
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Friday, July 13th, Rasaka is proud to have Chef Suzy Singh as a guest for Gruesome
Playground Injuries. Suzy is well-known for her support of the South Asian community and
we are excited to have her support of our theatre and this production. Come out and meet
Suzy along with the cast of Gruesome Playground Injuries on July 13th!
Chef Suzy Singh is a Chicago Native who participated in the internationally broadcast show,
MasterChef on FOX and wowed the judges with her spicy, delicious and smart dishes. She is
now the Culinary Director of Ashyana Banquets/Catering, Shikara Restaurant, Sagar's, and
Viceroy of India as well as Chef Contributor for LOLLAPALOOZA 2012. Chef Singh has done
an amazing job fusing different styles of cuisine, where East meets West. In addition, to
conceptualizing and creating some amazing spicy recipes, her personality is equally as spicy.
With her outgoing personality, unique flavors used in cooking, and amazing drive, the Spicy
Chef made it to the Top 4 in the competition, beating out thousands. in September 2011-
Suzy partnered with gourmet sausage food truck, Haute Sausage, to bring the lunch crowds of
Chicago ³Suzy's Samosas, becoming the first collaborative Indian Food Truck in the City. The
sweet and spicy Samosas that Chef Singh creates are traditional Indian appetizers with a Western twist, served with a helping of Suzy¹s delicious homemade chutney¹s paired to bring out the flavors of the hearty pastry. These samosas are now Available at Jewel-Osco and are
part of Chow Town at Lollapalooza. She is on WGN radio every friday night dishing out this season's Mastchef and including her culinary adventures into the mix!
What is interesting, is this former neural engineer changed careers to pursue her passion of cooking and as a result, has worked with various chefs across Chicago including:
Chef Graham Elliot of Graham Elliot Restaurant Chef David Blonsky of Public House Chef Nick Freiji of Bull & Bear Chef Dan Tucker of Sushi Samba Rio Chef Jonathan Meyers of Krolls Bar Mixologist Enrique Cobos of Moe's Cantina River North Chef Jose Serrano of Sweetwater Tavern & Grille Chef Pat Quakenbush of Zed 451
In addition, Suzy has been mentored by Chef Gordon Ramsey, Chicago-native Chef Graham Elliot and national restaurateur Joe Bastinach. Remaining true to her Chicagoan roots, Chef Suzy Singh has established herself as a culinary force in the Chicago Community by revolutionizing the Indian Culinary Food Scene.n She wants to bring a spicy twist to everyday cuisine and showcase her skills in her own backyard; all of which she is accomplishing at her restaurants and now Corporate Catering.
You can find Chef Suzy's Singh's creations at Shikara Restaurant, Foodstuffs grocers (all locations) in Evanston, Glencoe and Glenview. You can also find original breakfast wraps by Chef Suzy at Bombay Wraps, a special butter chicken burger at Burger Point and a spicy cocktail at Moe's Cantina...to name a few. Chef Suzy continues to be sought after by the media, recently becoming the chef contributor for NBC, Partnership with WGN Radio, and regular appearances on FOX's Good Day Chicago. She is heavily involved with Heritage Camp, a nonprofit organization that teaches adopted children from India and Nepal about their heritage. She is a true inspiration and continues to grow the culinary field dish by dish.