The Art of Sushi

Have you ever wanted to make sushi but didn’t know where to start? Learn about sushi making from Chef Thanh Tang in our Art of Sushi Workshop where he will show you the proper tools and processes to make Nigiri, Maki, and Uramaki style sushi at home. We will discuss the best ingredients, where to shop and what combinations work best. Learn all the how-to’s from Asian expert, Chef Thanh Tang to customize your sushi-making at home.

You will be greeted with Hot Miso Soup and 7-Flavor Edamame.

Then you will get your hands busy, rolling and forming;

Shrimp and Mango Maki Rolls
Crab and Avocado Rolls
Spicy Tuna Nigiri

You’ll can enjoy your sushi with sake, beer or wine.

Meatless Mondays- Indian Traditions with a Twist

Whisk welcomes back Shama Joshi for Meatless Monday – Indian Traditions with a Twist cooking class. Learn the secrets to flavor layering that develops the complex spicing, varied textures, and lively flavors of Indian food, while celebrating one day of the week where you eat without meat proteins.

Shama followed her passion for feeding others after fulfilling a fourteen year career at Microsoft as a Senior Engineer and started a food truck called Roll Ok Please. Recognized as one of the top 20 places to eat in Seattle by Anthony Bourdin, Roll OK Please was a huge hit with the Seattleites but has recently wound down. Lucky for us! She brings her love of food and people to us with this lively class.

In this hands-on class you will make:

Chilled Chai Tea – India’s beloved caffeine fix, served chilled spiked with Vodka or not

Chana Masala or “Cholay” – Hearty chickpeas stewed in a tangy tomato-onion sauce served over

Basmati Rice Pilaf – Aromatic, long-grained Basmati rice pilaf cooked with whole spices and peas.

Beet Raita seasoned with crispy Curry Leaves – Raita is a cool yogurt dip that counters the heat from spicy food. We will add boiled beets to our raita for an earthy, sweet-savory and delicious take on raita