Come and roll your own maki-sushi. Some types of maki-sushi are listed below though exactly what the class will be making will be determined a few days before the class to ensure the freshest ingredients: Futo-maki: this thick sushi roll consists of several ingredients. It will typically be filled with a variety of vegetables and sometimes include cooked fish like unagi or anago (fresh water eel or salt water eel). Hoso-maki: is a skinny roll with nori (seaweed) on the outside. It usually comes with 1-2 ingredients like tuna, cucumber, thinly sliced carrots, or avocado. California-maki: an American favorite containing crab meat (real or imitation), avocado, and cucumber. This sushi usually has rice on the outside of the roll, and nori (seaweed) in the inside. In this class students will learn how to roll their own maki-sushi! Participants will have printed recipes to follow along with and are encouraged to ask questions and try the dishes as they come together, and of course, enjoy the finished product. Class meets from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm, come ready to learn and ask questions about Japanese cuisine, and be ready to eat!
JASC (Japanese American Service Committee) engages people of all ages to experience Japanese American history and culture and to improve their well-being through innovative, high quality programs and services tailored to the multicultural community. We offer classes and services for people of all ages and experience levels: - Ikebana flower arranging classes (4 week sessions and holiday workshops) - Cooking traditional Japanese foods (hot-pot, sushi, tempura, holiday, ramen, obento, and more) - Language classes (beginner and intermediate) - Art classes (Sumi-e ink painting, origami, Shodo calligraphy) - Tampopo Kai children's classes for ages 0-5
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