Cook It, Speak It ...Japanese Is on the Menu!
January 11 - 5:30-7:30pm
January 25 - 5:30-7:30pm
February 6 - 1-3pm
February 22 - 5:30-7:30pm
Are your taste buds ready for a new sensation? Learn how to cook authentic Japanese dishes using locally sourced ingredients and easy-to-find seasonings. Sweet? Bitter? Sour? Hot? Salty? We will taste it all! Explore recipes for simple miso soup, popular rice and noodle dishes, and more. Appetizers, too! All dishes will be vegetarian and may include eggs but no meat or seafood. Over the course of the class Azusa will sprinkle in Japanese vocabulary words and phrases to enhance your experience. Come have fun while creating delicious, healthy recipes and learning some Japanese! Register for as many workshops as you like.
Participants should bring a cutting board, knife, and apron to class. For those who do not wish to eat in class, please bring a container with a lid. All ingredients will be provided. Each month, she creates one menu for you to learn and to enjoy!
If participants wish to learn to cook meat or seafood, please contact Azusa at email@example.com
Private workshops can be accommodated, please inquire.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for this class
There will be NO REFUNDS given for cancellations made within 7 days of the class start. This class requires ingredients to be purchased based on class enrollment and therefore no refunds will be given with in the 7 day window.
Azusa Mihara grew up in Japan. Her mother cooked delicious “comfort food” and her father was a professional chef who enjoyed experimenting with culinary ideas and ingredients. Azusa draws inspiration from both her parents’ love of cooking and has cultivated her own style of creative cuisine. For Azusa, food was always the center of conversation for her family, and as she’s traveled over the years food continues to be a focus for fun and making wonderful memories. Throughout her career in the hospitality industry Azusa has enjoyed exhibiting her creativity during events, pairing wines and hosting dinner parties. She loves cooking for others and warms in the conversation that food can bring to a table of friends and loved ones.