Parties That Cook: Fun & Entertaining Culinary Classes
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The last date listed for Parties That Cook was Friday October 4, 2013 / 8:00pm (Sushi & Dim Sum).
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Take a guided tour down Sacramento's original main street to explore both its beautiful architecture and history as well as its gourmet revitalization. In between stops at K Street's historical landmarks, which include Sacramento's largest cathedral, you'll also make up to six food stops along the way to sample its vibrant culinary scene. Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson recently named the city the Farm to Fork Capital of America and as such, K Street is seeing an urban revitalization, filling up with fine-dining restaurants and neighborhood bars that showcase locally produced ingredients. Along with stories of the street's past, you'll also learn about the foodie scene from a trained culinary concierge and meet the talented and passionate local chefs that have been instrumental in revitalizing the culinary landscape all along "The Kay." Learn More
*September 6, 2013: Beer, Bacon, Bourbon and More! *
Learn to prepare small plates featuring these exciting ingredients.
October 4, 2013: Sushi and Dim Sum
Students will learn to make three kinds of dim sum (American, Shang Hai and Hong Kong wontons), six types of dumplings (Vegetarian Tofu and American Pork & Shrimp, Peking, Tinjin Cabbage, Asian Chive ). Students also learn to wrap a sushi roll, use a sushi knife, cook Japanese rice, prepare Japanese hot sauces and more.
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