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    Sushi Making Course

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    Sniffing around for a social cooking class that's a cut above the rest? Any way you slice it, this sushi-making masterpiece going to be saikou (the best)! Immerse yourself in a laidback culinary environment with a few fellow enterprising foodies. Work under the guidance of a professional sushi chef as you get hands-on instruction in constructing your own rolls. Learn to make perfect sushi rice, select the right fish, and enhance and compliment flavors with the perfect mix of gourmet additions. Featured ingredients include salmon, carrot, avocado, cucumber, and nori. You'll also learn about where to find ingredients in the city, and what equipment you'll need to recreate the magic at home. Plus, additional food and drinks are available for purchase at the venue, in case you'd like to enhance the fun a little further! Let the good times sushi roll!
    Sushi Making Course

    978 2nd Ave, New York

    • Develop your culinary skills with a sushi-making class
    • Learn to prep ingredients and combine them into perfect rolls
    • Enhance the fun with food and drinks available for purchase
    • Treat yourself to a fun social cooking experience
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    3 positive reviews
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    Essentials of Japanese Cooking

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    Are you ready for a sophisticated date, with a take-away? Japanese cuisine is a sophisticated affair, where the aesthetics of the final dish are as important as its taste. Sushi, tempura, and shabu-shabu are among its most common exports, but only offer a small glimpse at the richness and variety of dishes found throughout the country. This class will offer you an overview of the foods of Japan, along with a discussion of ingredients and equipment. You will make: Ramen; Miso Soup; Sushi Maki Rolls; Beef Negimaki; Pork Katsudon; Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura; Edamame; and Steamed Dumplings with Sweet Azuki Paste and Sesame Seeds. You'll enjoy all of these dishes while sipping green tea, Japanese beer, and sake. Word to the wise: lose the pretentious pinky. Japanese teacups rarely have handles, and you're better off holding on to that mug with all phalanges on deck.
    Essentials of Japanese Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Enjoy hands-on instruction from an informed and experienced chef at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Receive an overview of the foods of Japan, along with a discussion of ingredients and equipment
    • Make Ramen; Miso Soup; Sushi Maki Rolls; Beef Negimaki; Pork Katsudon; Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura; Edamame; and Steamed Dumplings with Sweet Azuki Paste and Sesame Seeds
    • Enjoy all of these dishes while sipping green tea, Japanese beer, and sake
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    105 positive reviews

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