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Cooking classes are fun in any format, but how about learning authentic Japanese home cooking in your own kitchen with your family and friends? Kozmo Kitchen offers private cooking classes with a variety of themes that showcase authentic Japanese homecooked meals. It’s like having a personal chef in your house and cooking delicious Japanese dishes together! For more details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private Cooking Classes At Home
I offer private hands-on classes on authentic Japanese home cooking in your own kitchen. They are are simple, accessible and absolutely delicious! And the dishes are full-meal portions so you’ll never be hungry.
Class size – 2 to 12 people (for a larger group please ask)
Session length – approx. 2.5 hours plus cleaning
Rates (sales tax will be added):
Starts at the minimum $500. Please ask for details.
Note1: For special dietary requests there will be additional fees.
Note2: Different travel fees apply based on the destinations.
Available classes (more coming!):
Japanese Home Cooking 101 – basics of dashi, miso soup, rice, seasoning trinity (soy sauce, sake and mirin) and a variety of traditional Japanese dishes including chicken karaage, rolled omelet, miso soup, gomaae salad and quick pickles. With freshly cooked rice we can make rice balls together!
Nabe – Japanese one pot dishes with meat, seafood and loads of wonderful winter vegetables with rich broth (soy sauce or miso), in which you add cooked rice or noodles at the end! You will be a nabe expert with some most popular nabe dishes such as Chanko (Sumo wrestler’s stew) and sukiyaki.
Izakaya Night – Japanese pub food samplers including fried chicken, croquettes, skewers, potato salad, rice and/or noodle dishes, etc
Sushi making party (subject to extra charge for additional fish items)– recipes for traditional and reversed sushi rolls, hand rolls, chirashi, and more!
Everyday Bento – various rice recipes, rolled omelet, traditional vegetable salads, quick pickles, broiled fish and fried dish (ex. karaage, croquettes) having 5 basic colors in mind.
Okonomiyaki Party! – Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake. It’s a street food, comfort food and super fun to make!
Naturally Vegan – vegetable broth and very rich and satisfyng vegan recipes that might turn you into a vegetarian.
Japanese Sweets (Gluten Free available) – from mochi (rice cake) to flan, you can learn traditional and Western influenced Japanese desserts! Served with a variety of Japanese tea.
Special Custom Class – An example was a Hinamatsuri (Girls’ Day Festival) class for a group of women. You can learn traditional Japanese recipes that are enjoyed on the special holiday. If you have other ideas please let us know!
Please contact email@example.com to make an appointment.
Cooking Class in Classrooms
Currently I teach various classes on Japanese home cooking at the locations below:
PCC Cooks – please visit the PCC Cooks Web site for class details.
Tom Douglas’s Hot Stove Society – for upcoming classes go to https://www.hotstovesociety.com/classes
ChefShop in Inerbay location – http://chefshop.com/COOKING-CLASSES-C571.aspx