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Two Asian Cooking Classes Added – Oishii!

Because you LOVE our Asian cooking classes, we have added two new ones  to our Winter/Spring class schedule at The Culinary Center of Kansas City, both  taught by our fun and talented cooking instructor, Chef Yvette Hirang… (BTW, oishii means “yummy.”)

SushiWake Up Little Sushi!
Wed, Jan 20, 2016  |  6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Join us tonight as we learn how to make sushi! One of our most popular classes will be taught this evening by Chef Yvette Hirang, who will show us how to make the basic types of rolls and get you rollin’ yourself with some hands-n action. We’ll also learn about sushi rice, the ingredients used with sushi, such as wasabi and pickled ginger, how to safely store fish and where and how to buy sushi-grade fish. We’ll learn hand-rolling techniques and presentation of our sushi. Sushi always delivers on flavor and fun, so come learn what terms like Nigiri, Temaki and Maki mean. Oishii. (That means ‘yummy’ in Japanese.) You’re crazy if you think you can’t do it yourself. Now you can make sushi in YOUR kitchen.  This Hands-On class includes Tastings, so let’s get our sushi on!  (Click here for more info or to sign up online.)

Asian NoodlesAsian Noodle Dishes ‘Pho’ You
Wed, Feb 3, 2016  |  6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Come slurp and twirl your way to knowing how to cook with Asian noodles. Noodles are a symbol of longevity in the Asian culture and whether wide or skinny, stir-fry or soupy – they can be found in hundreds of different forms all over the world. Join Chef Yvette Hirang as she shares a cultural, historical and product overview of the world of noodles AND teaches you the fundamentals of cooking with noodles. You’ll learn how to make Chinese Chao Mein, Filipino Pancit Canton, Japanese Udon and Vietnamese Pho. Grab your chopsticks (or your fork, for you newbies!) and warm up to these Asian comfort foods.  This Hands-On class includes Tastings, so be ready to eat noodles!  (Click here for more info or to sign up online.)

Reserve seats in these classes – they’ll fill up quickly…


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