When Japanese people are ready to eat, they say "Itadakimasu" - meaning "I am now starting to eat". The Japanese cuisine is usually defined by its combination of food staples like noodles and rice with soup and a okazu (meat, fish, vegetable, tofu) to add flavor to the staple. Flavoring is often done with low fat, high sodium things like soy sauce, miso, and dashi. Rice and noodles are a staple of Japanese food.
In Japanese home-style cooking, a lot of fresh, seasonal fish and vegetables are cooked and people enjoy the natural cycle of the seasons. Join Food Trails as they teach you the perfect Sushi Roll, Negimaki, Miso Soup and much more.
So remember to thank the teacher at the end. "Gochiso sama" is the phrase meaning "Thank you for the feast". The class duration is three hours.
All participants will be given the opportunity to prepare and cook. Participants will be provided with knife kits and will utilise commercial cooking equipment supplied by the venue. Each participant receives a recipe pack so they have all the information to prepare this meal at home for friends and family.
Group $100 - Group from 2 - 10
Child $55 - Under 12 years old