Cooking Class - Iconic and Traditional Japanese
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Take a culinary journey through some of the most iconic and traditional staple Japanese fares.
In this hands-on class with Chef Andrew, you will learn three of the most iconic Japanese dishes made with traditional ingredients and techniques.
Chef Andrew will begin by teaching about Japanese sauce bases, such as dashi, and how that base becomes mentsuyu, which is also known as tempura dipping sauce. Then, you will make aromatic spice blends for Japanese curry and learn the subtle differences between Japanese curry and other types of curries. You will finish by mixing and matching different sweet Japanese flavors to make a mochi dessert.
Guests are welcome to purchase wine and beer from the venue.
- Minimum Guests 4
- Maximum Guests 10
- Meal Courses 3
- Event Duration 3 hours
- Labels Adult, Asian, Couples, Group, Japanese
Cozymeal guest reviews for other experiences with Chef Andrew
25 Sep 2018
We had a great time. Chef Andrew was fun and shared with us creative and delicious dishes.
27 Aug 2018
Simple chicken skewers are the staple of many backyard barbecues. Chef Andrew throws this staple appetizer/main dish on its head. Starting with locally sourced chickens and then dissecting that chicken to render every usable portion, ends with cooking the skewers over a 1200 degree pen flame. Some closely held to the vest sauces some traditional Japanese pairings only add to the experience. Chef Andrew and his partner work well together, moving effortlessly around a tiny kitchen space, each knowing their part, knowing the other's next move before they do it. They are personable, approachable and willing to talk about flavor profiles, sauces and cooking techinques.
Meet your chef
Armed with a degree in culinary arts, Chef Andrew has built an impressive resume lauding experience as a sous chef and executive chef in various restaurants. Though his family is from Taiwan, Chef Andrew grew up with Japanese culture and cuisine. He utilizes this familiarity with the soul of Japanese cuisine and creates his own style of fusion cuisine using American ingredients in his cooking classes.
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