Japanese Cooking - Nabe-Mono (One-Pot Dishes)
Nabe-Mono are one-pot (also called hot-pot) dishes designed to be cooked and eaten at the table. Flavored with a citrus sauce and soy sauce this shared meal is a good way to warm up in the wintertime. Learn basics of how to make: Sukiyaki - thinly-sliced beef, tofu, vegetables, and noodles Chiri-nabe - fish, seafood, tofu, and vegetables Price includes all materials and food needed, come hungry and ready to share a warm meal with friends! Please register 48 hours in advance to ensure we have enough supplies for the class. If you are trying to register less than 48 hours in advance, call us before 3:00pm the day before the class 773.275.0097 x228 to see if we can accommodate you.
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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