Japanese-American Comfort Food
Hands-On and Demonstration, $55 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Wonderfully quirky yet satisfying and delicious, Japanese-American cuisine has legions of devoted fans obsessed over late-night curry burgers, crispy panko-coated croquettes, and spaghetti with soy sauce. This totally untraditional East-Meets-West fare was created by Japanese immigrants who came to this country during the early 20th century, and gradually merged traditional Japanese flavors with Western dishes. The result brings new meaning to what’s known today as Japanese comfort food.
On the Menu: Japanese Restaurant Salad with Carrot-Ginger Dressing; Cheesy Seafood and Rice Gratin; Spaghetti with Mushrooms and Soy-Butter Sauce; Vegetable Croquettes with Wasabi Mayonnaise; Green Tea Lattés.
Instructor: Wai Chu, Culinary Center Educator