Gimme Sum Dim Sum
Dim Sum has been a favorite Sunday meal of Asian families for centuries. Dim Sum (or Yum Cha, meaning “taking tea”) is basically the Asian version of “tapas” or “small dishes.” The diner chooses from a variety of offerings brought to the table, and sometimes even prepared tableside. These little dishes make great appetizers, too.
You’ll get to tie on an apron and work next to tonight’s instructor, Cynthia Samsel, as she teaches you the basics of how to prepare authentic Asian appetizers.
You’ll learn Scallion Pancakes, Pearl Balls (steamed pork) and Rice Shrimp Toast, and Lotus Leaf Wraps made with minced chicken, Chinese sausage and Shittaki. So good that your family will be clamoring, “Now gimme sum Dim Sum!”
Hands On | Tasting
Wed 1/08/20 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine, with additional beverages available at a nominal cost.
If you plan to attend this class with another party who signed up separately, please add their name(s) to the COMMENTS section of your online registration so that we can seat you together; otherwise we cannot ensure that you will be seated together for the class. If you register for multiple students at one time, that registration will prompt you to supply the names of all students you are registering and we will know to seat you together. Thank you!
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