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 will show you how to make:

Fresh Dungeness Crab and Pork Shu Mai 

Crispy Shrimp Spring Rolls

Lotus Leaves with Steamed Sticky Rice, Chicken and Chinese Sausage

Egg Noodles, Red Onion, Bean Sprouts and Garlic Chives Stir Fry

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 will show you how to make:

Fresh Dungeness Crab and Pork Shu Mai 

Crispy Shrimp Spring Rolls

Lotus Leaves with Steamed Sticky Rice, Chicken and Chinese Sausage

Egg Noodles, Red Onion, Bean Sprouts and Garlic Chives Stir Fry

KIds in the Kitchen – Keep it Rolling

Your kids will love this class – Keep It Rolling is a hands-on class that will introduce kids to Asian flavors, while keeping the food fun, fresh and simple. Chef Thanh Tang will teach the kids a new take on three classic rolls – using different ways of rolling deliciousness into neat little packets, filled with fresh and healthy ingredients! Get your kids to experience their veggies in a way that is fun to eat all while practicing being mindful as they put together their rolls! Inspire them to try something new, create their own ideas for rolls and develop lasting pride in their cooking abilities. In this class we will make and taste:

Pork and Shrimp Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce

Crispy Chicken Egg Rolls

Crab and Avocado Sushi Rolls

The class will eat some here and take extras home to share.


  • All classes are taught by a culinary professional with 2 adult assistants.
  • Classes are designed for students 8 to 12 years old.
  • No prior cooking experience is required, just an interest to learn.
  • For safety reasons, please tie long hair back and wear closed toed shoes.

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, 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 Garlic Chives