Sushi & International Cuisine

pot stickers, candles 001Sunday, March 16, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Fairfax Station, VA. Learn the cuisines of other cultures without leaving home. Past classes have included some of the following: Sushi, Wasabi, Chana Masala, Aloo Gobi, Basmati Rice, Saag, Chapati Bread, Moong Dal, Coriander Chutney, Potstickers (pictured), Sweet & Sour Meatballs, Falafel/Tahini, Pesto Pizza, Baked Ziti, Lasagne, Baked Spring Rolls, Hunan-Style Orange Beef, Chicken & Broccoli with Black Bean Sauce, General Tso’s Chicken, Seitan Bourgiugnonne, Paella, Stuffed Cabbage, Seitan Stroganoff, Pad Thai, Pho.

No meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy, or honey. $55/person; $100/two people; $50/VSDC, VRG, and COK members. Demonstration classes include recipes, organic food samples, manufacturers’ samples and coupons. Gift certificates available.

Email veggourmet@aol.com, or call 703.643.2713 for space availability prior to sending payment. Make checks payable to Mimi Clark, 9302 Hallston Ct., Fairfax Station, VA 22039. Sorry, no phone or email reservations. Seventy-two hour cancellation policy for refund or credit. Class subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met.

Coming April 6: Soyfoods 101

4 responses to “Sushi & International Cuisine

  1. Thank you for an entertaining and informative class! My husband and I look forward to making the Chana Masala. I also really enjoy the Greens + drink. It was fun to try new vegan foods and learn new recipes. I highly recommend this class!

  2. This was a highly informative and entertaining vegan cooking class! Mimi covered a wide variety of foods and flavors, so there was surely something for everyone. She made sure to move at just the right pace so that everyone could follow along and still learn as many recipes and techniques as possible. Her food was fabulous and everyone got to taste everything she made along with bonus samples of other delicious vegan foods. She broke the complicated parts of each recipe down and made them seem simple, like with the sushi rolling tips, which type of tofu to use for what, and the different ways to cut a carrot. I especially appreciated her making a less spicy version of her chana masala so everyone could enjoy it. To top it all off, each of us got to go home with a goodie bag, including a Tasty Bite meal I’ve never tried! This was a great class and I’d highly recommend it.

  3. The great thing about Mimi’s class is finding new dishes and learning techniques to make them look as good and taste as good at home as they do in her class. I never thought I would make sushi, but feel like a pro with my mat after watching Mimi. The Chana Masala–spicy chick peas–we’re terrific!

  4. I so thoroughly enjoyed this class! Tasting food samples, learning new recipes and techniques were quite helpful. I’m looking forward to the next class!

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