Essential intro to everyday healthy Japanese food!

Learn to make tasty and healthy Japanese delicacies.  

You will learn how easy it is to create tasty Japanese food without going through complicated procedures.  Certain key techniques will be demonstrated.  

The most important thing in my class is that you are having fun while you learn.  The class is two hours long.  After cooking is done, you will enjoy the dishes you cooked. 

Inari sushi (rice in deep fried tofu)
Grilled fish in miso and shio-koji marinate sauce
Seasonal vegetables salad
Gobo Burdock and Japanese yam in kimpira style
Apple pie

 

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  • Essential intro to everyday healthy Japanese food!

    Private kitchen in SOHO

    SOHO (I will email address after signup)
    NEW YORK, NY

    Nov
    19
    Mon, November 19th, 2012

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EST

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I grew up in Japan where much importance is placed on food. It was quite natural to follow the path of becoming even more obsessed with food as I became older.

I have been teaching Japanese cooking in my home and offering catering in New York using local and organic seasonal foods. My principal in food that I prepare is that it has to be tasty and healthy.

In Japanese cuisine there is more emphasis on freshness and seasonality of the ingredients. The huge variety of seasonal foods results in an appreciation of when the different foods are in season and their suitability for providing satisfaction at the time of year when their quality is at its best. Care is taken to make the prepared foods very digestible. Lightness and transparency through fine simplicity is my favourite part of a Japanese meal.

I choose a specifically practical approach for teaching technique, so you will be pleasantly surprised at how easily fine flavor and visual delight can be achieved at your own home after my cooking class.

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