Cooking Class: Learn to Make Izakaya (Japanese Tapas – small bites)

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Cooking Class: Learn to Make Izakaya (Japanese Tapas – small bites)

  • date: June 28, 2018
  • time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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  • Need a fun summer party idea? How about Japanese tapas — a small bite party?

    Izakaya (pronounced “E-zaka-ya”) is a type of informal Japanese pub, and they are casual places for after-work gatherings and drinking. Cold beer and small bites shared among friends are many Japanese business people’s favorite for hot summer evenings! Yuka will introduce some typical Izakaya style dishes, and how to arrange them using local ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Menu includes Japanese style fried chicken “Karaage”, Braised Beef and Potato (Nikujaga), Chilled Tofu Appetizer (Hiya-Yakko), Chilled Seaweed and Vinaigrette Salad (Sunomono), and Blanched vegetable marinade (Ohitashi).

    Includes poultry and meat.

    Instructor: Yuka Honda,

    Yuka has been sharing healthy living life style in her Japanese community for many years. She learned importance of food and environments to sustain one’s health after her experience with the Chernobyl nuclear accident. Now she teaches simple easy tasty vegetable home cooking. She shares simple recipes, teach easy cooking technique and tells traditional wisdom with 21st century scientific knowledge. 

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