OZOONI: TRADITIONAL JAPANESE NEW YEAR'S SOUP
Saturday, January 11th, 2020 1:00 - 3:00 PM at Mississippi Market West 7th
Market Member $35 Non-member $40
January first, the New Year's Day is the most important holiday in Japan, and Ozooni which is a soup with Mochi (Japanese rice cake) is one of the significant dishes for Japanese to celebrate the New Year. I will show how to make this traditional dish with wonderful clear soup and also explain how to enjoy Mochi in many different ways. The class includes a whole meal.
MIZUTAKI: JAPAN'S FAVORITE WINTER DISH
Tuesday, Dcember 3rd, 2019 6:00 - 8:00 PM at The Good Acre, 1790 Larpenteur Avenue West Falcon Heights, MN 55113
Mizutaki (Nabe) is a Japan's favorite winter dish. It is a perfect fun and tasty winter dish to keep you warm. You cook and eat plenty of vegetables with some meat at the table while you share the pot of meal with your family and friends. I'm going to demonstrate how to prepare the meal, cook and eat as you are sharing the meal from one pot! The class includes a whole meal.
Kimiko's Japanese Home Cooking email@example.com
Ramen: Ramen at Home
Saturday, December 14th, 2019 1:00 - 3:00 PM at Mississippi Market West 7th
Market Member $30 Non-member $35
Ramen is a highly complicated food to make if you made the noodle from scratch. By using wonderful fresh premade noodles from a store, you can create your own delicious Ramen at home anytime! I'll share how to make the soup, charshuu-the sliced pork must have with Ramen and the best way to eat it. This class is demonstration and tasting only. Tasting only not full meal.
SUKIYAKI: JAPAN'S FAMOUS BEEF HOT POT DISH
Saturday, November 23, 2019 1:00 - 3:00 PM at Mississippi Market West 7th Market Member $35 Non-Member $40
Japanese enjoy many variety of hot pot dishes in winter, and Sukiyaki is one of the most popular. Thin sliced beef and plenty of vegetables are cooked and seasoned with sugar, soy sauce and Sake (Japanese rice wine) at the table while sharing the pot of meal with family and friends. Cooked beef and vegetables are eaten by dipping into raw eggs if preferred. I'm going to demonstrate how to prepare Sukiyaki, cooking and eating as you share the meal from one pot..