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Japanese Winter Comfort Food

Authentic Regional Dishes

Join Ai to learn how to make authentic Japanese dishes that are just the kind of warming food you want to eat in the cooler months. Her menu features kare raisu (curry rice), a gently spiced Japanese style curry made with tender beef and hearty winter vegetables, served with perfect steamed rice, and two tsukemono (pickles) that are the classic accompaniment for the rich curry: harihari, a flavoursome and textural pickle made with daikon radish and fukujinzuke, a crunchy mix of vegetables including cucumber, carrot and daikon, pickled in a soy based brine. Itadakimasu!

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In these fun, hands-on classes learn how to make quick and easy to prepare dishes using the fantastic produce available at the Market. Along the way you will also learn lots of great tips and tricks to help you build upon your cooking skills and become a more confident cook.   Click here for more information the class format.

1.5 hours
Basic - intermediate
Includes light lunch (2 dishes) & recipes
75.00 pp
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Sun 11 August 2019
11:00 am to 12:30 pm
$75pp 9 places left

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2019-08-11
Japanese Winter Comfort Food (11 Aug 2019)
$75.00
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About the Chef

Ai Bate

Culinary Teacher, Chat Potato

Ai studied at the renowned Tsuji cooking school in Osaka, returning to Chiba to work at a local Japanese -French restaurant. She then travelled to Lyon in France to study further while working at Chateau de Bagnole as an apprentice. Returning to Japan she was the first female cook at the one Michelin star Mona Lisa French restaurant in Tokyo for 2 years before taking a position at Le Gavroche in London for a further 2 years. She arrived in Melbourne to take up the Chef de partie position at Philippe Mouchel’s Brasserie in the Crown Casino. Following further study Ai became the office manager at Izakaya Enterprises working with Simon Denton and his team. Currently she is a working mother who runs her own business, Chat Potato, teaching authentic Japanese cookery. More

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Market2Table

In these fun, hands-on classes learn how to make quick and easy to prepare dishes using the fantastic produce available at the Market. Along the way you will also learn lots of great tips and tricks to help you build upon your cooking skills and become a more confident cook.   Click here for more information the class format.

1.5 hours
Basic - intermediate
Includes light lunch (2 dishes) & recipes
75.00 pp
Disclaimer:

Image is indicative only and does not reflect the exact ingredients or dishes you will use/make during this class.

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