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Homemade Japanese Cuisine


Adult Enrichment / Food & Drink -
Spring 2021

Have you ever wanted to cook international dishes but didn’t know where to start? Expand your culinary repertoire with this Japanese cuisine class. Learn how to cook a warming and satisfying miso soup, made with a savory miso and dashi broth. Then make two versions of the quintessential quick Japanese comfort meal, donburi, a Japanese “rice-bowl” dish. We’ll start with okayo-don, a delicious combination of chicken and egg on rice, followed by gyu-don, rice topped with beef and onion simmered in a flavorful sauce of soy sauce, mirin and dashi. Please note: A list of ingredients and substitutions will be emailed once the class has reached minimum enrollment.

Yoshiko Sullivan

Yoshiko Sullivan was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan where she earned a Home Economics degree at college in Tokyo. She moved to Massachusetts in 2000. She has been teaching cooking, food styling, and the food culture of Japan for over 10 years. She is a culinary specialist at Williams-Sonoma and also a private chef, and uploads photos of her delicious creations to Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yoshikosullivan/?hl=ja

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FD-Homemade Japanese

  Yoshiko Sullivan


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Thursday, May 27
5:30 - 7:00 PM

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Price: $ 29 00