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The Cooking Class Sushi Party – How Does it Work?

In Veganism on October 26, 2012 at 10:50 pm

Set it up!  All it takes is a phone call to 541-408-0932, five of your best buddies and the desire to learn.  Choose a class from the themes list to start or call me with your own theme request.

I arrive at your home with all of the equipment, groceries, and handouts you’ll need to enjoy the interactive cooking class where you chop, stir, taste, and learn.  Each participant plays a role in the creation of our delicious plant based dinner.

The crowning glory is a sit down feast where we complete the learning cycle and you get to test your skill by eating what you’ve made.

Sushi I and Sushi II below are good theme options that include lots of variety, fun techniques, and an insight to Japanese tradition.

The Art of Compassionate Sushi, I – $40 per person

Build a gorgeous sushi platter with four recipes, great nutritional balance and delicate Japanese beauty.  Join us for an educational sit down, build-your-own dinner, Japanese teas and magical elixirs.  Recipes, instruction, handouts and source lists included.

 Black Dragon Back Roll

Forbidden purple rice, sweet kanpyo gourd, fried tofu and black sesame make this sinister looking maki a great party appetizer.

Tavo Tavo Maki

Smoky tempeh, avocado, scallion and watercress maki bring the perfect balance of flavor and texture prep your inner Japanese warrior.

 Quinoa Gobo Boats

Homemade gobo pickle and fuchsia quinoa take a ride on baby endive straight to your mouth!

Rainbow Inari Parcels

Chewy fried tofu pockets stuffed with pink-tinted sticky rice nestled ‘round a rainbow of shredded pepper, carrot and onion make a perfect grab-and-go lunch.

Sushi II, The Edible Sculpture $40 – per person

Learn how to create picturesque Tinted Philly Towers, Pickled Gobo Firecrackers, Maki Pansies, and Black Tahini Shiso Balls in this edible sculpture class with much of the prep already done for you.   Arrange a platter to dazzle party guests with food styling tips.

Participants should bring their favorite cutting board, knife and get ready to chop, nosh and laugh as we make our way through four recipes exploring adventuresome Japanese fusion in a gluten-free, vegan style.  Handouts, and beverages included.

Call 503-302-8103 to register.  See more info on Ciree Linsenman, Compassionate Chef at: http://www.cireelinsenman.tk contact: cireeciree@gmail.com

Bend Oregon Cooking Classes, Sunriver Oregon, Redmond Oregon locations…

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