Cooking Class - Aloha to Pan-Pacific Cuisine

Discover the harmonious blend of sweet and savory while learning more about Pan-Pacific cuisine.

During this interactive island-inspired cooking class, Chef JR will take you on a culinary journey to handcraft exquisite Hawaiian dishes, from poke to fried rice to bread pudding.

Start by crafting vibrant ahi tuna poke infused with sesame oil, sambal and more. Next, you’ll cook chicken thighs with the flavors of shoyu and ginger and top it with a mango-bell pepper salsa, and fry up jasmine rice with sweet pineapple and crunchy cashew nuts. For dessert, Chef JR will show you how to make bread pudding with bananas in a macadamia nut-whiskey sauce.

Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum at Chef's Place 6
  • Maximum if Chef Travels to You 8
  • Meal Courses 3
  • Event Duration 2.5 hours
  • Labels Asian, Baking, Couples, Fun, Group

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06 Sep 2023

Chef taught us how to make a pineapple cashew fried rice with curried chicken and talked us through how important it is to have everything prepped in Asian cooking especially when cooking in a wok. He even laid out a chart showing which order things can go in, and he explained everything about the order while teaching the dish.

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Chef JR has more than two decades of experience working in the culinary industry. His passion for crafting high-quality food led him to work in Motion Picture Catering for large film productions and other high-profile events such as the Oscars, the Grammys and the Super Bowl. Highly skilled in menu development, Chef JR is ready to share his best techniques and cooking secrets and expertise with guests of all skill levels.

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Flexible booking: Cancel or reschedule this event's reservation for free up to 48 hours before the event.
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