Love dumplings and eager to make them at home? Join us in this hands-on class, now at West Elm Market in DUMBO!
In this special warm-weather edition, we're making Chinese dumplings and Vietnamese summer rolls.
Even if you've never cooked Asian food, you can easily learn how to make scores of dumplings and summer rolls with these simple techniques.
After hands-on practice in wrapping, we will move on to the cooking process. You'll learn a sure-fire method for pan-frying dumplings to crispy perfection. And vegetarians are welcome! The summer rolls we make in this class are vegetarian. Both meat and vegetarian dumplings will be available.
Diana Kuan is a food writer and cooking instructor who is currently working on a Chinese cookbook for Random House/Ballantine. After earning a culinary arts degree in New York and working in a pastry kitchen, she packed her bags and spent two years in China, where she taught cooking classes to travelers and expats and began the popular food blog Appetite for China. She has appeared on “The CBS Early Show” and WNYC radio in food and travel segments. Her writing on food and travel has appeared in The Boston Globe, Gourmet, Food & Wine, Time Out New York, and US Airways magazine. Now back in New York, she continues to publish Appetite for China while teaching cooking classes at The Institute of Culinary Education, Whole Foods, Brooklyn Brainery, and other venues.
Sun, May 6th, 2012
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT