Dim Sum and Then Some

Dim Sum means “to touch your heart”– it’s less about the recipes and more about delicious small bites, offered in various vessels. Dim Sum refers to a style of Chinese food that is prepared in small bite-sized portions and is served on individual plates or steamer baskets. Think tapas, but Chinese style! In this adventurous hands-on class, Our Chinese expert, Chef Thanh Tang will demystify the Chinese kitchen and you will show you how to make

  • Crab and Pork Shu Mai Dumplings
  • Crispy Shrimp Spring Rolls
  • Steamed Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaves with Chicken and Chinese Sausage
  • Stir Fried Egg Noodles with Red Onion and Garlic Chives

The Thai Kitchen

If you love to eat Thai food, the Thai Kitchen is for you! Join Chef Barbara in our beautiful kitchen for a lively and informed hands-on cooking class that demystifies the universe of Thai flavors. Chef Barb will explain authentic Thai ingredients used to bring out maximum flavor known as “The Harmony of Thai Cooking”, balancing the primary Thai flavors of sweet, sour, salty and spicy. Let delicious Thai food become a weeknight favorite. In this class, we will make:

Grilled Shrimp Spring Rolls – like a salad but much more fun, a refreshing elegant finger food, served with a spicy ginger garlic sauce.

Crab Rangoon Dumplings with Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce – these fried dumplings are delicious and additive

Thai Cucumber Salad – Sweet and Tangy – served as a garnish, condiment or palate cleanser.

Grapow Chicken with Fried Egg and Jasmine Rice – This spicy Thai staple is made with a combination of ground chicken and pork, green beans and lots of Thai basil for color and freshness.