Want to make hot pot but don’t know how to make it...the best? Your professional instructor will focus on how to expertly prepare this 1,000-year-old dish. As this class will show, hot pot is a healthy dish, with lots of opportunities to be creative with your vegetable and protein choices. You’ll find yourself making four different varieties of hot pot, each unique and delicious: duck and watercress; layered pork belly, cabbage, and shiitake mushroom; oysters and meatballs; and seafood and chicken. Each dish will use a complementary stock to bring out the full flavor. And when you’re done, you’ll get to taste what being the best really means.
Note: You must be at 21 years of age to register. Children may attend if accompanied by an adult.
What to expect
- Enjoy a professionally-taught course on how to prepare Japanese hot pot
- Learn how to mix-and-match veggies, meats, and stock to create tantalizing flavors
- Meet new friends also interested in international cooking
- Ignite the senses and freshen your spirits with this delicious cuisine
About this Activity
|Price||$75.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||1 hour|
About the Teacher
Yoku Isassi is a Japanese Food Storyteller, and offers numerous cooking workshops. She grew up learning traditional Japanese cooking from her mother and grandparents.
There are no refunds; all sales are final. You may transfer your ticket if you provide notification at least 3 days prior to the class.