More info about the cooking class in March

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Hi everyone,

Now I have more detailed information about the Japanese cooking class in the evening on Monday March 19. We have our own website (Yay!) and here you can check all about the cooking classes to come in 2018 in Oslo area.
Please visit our Web Site “Japanese Cooking Classes in Oslo”

Here is our updated information about the cooking class in March :

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The cooking class in the theme of Japanese “Nabemono” (One Pot Cooking)


Date:  Monday March 19, 2018 

Time : 17:00 – 21:00
Place : Restaurantskole i Landbrukskvartalet
Schweigaardsgt. 34 bygg E 1.etasje, 0191 Oslo 
please click to see the map   MAP

Fee:  900 NOK including cooking demonstration, rental of a special kitchen at Restaurant Skole in Oslo, a text book, a dinner and a drink.
Instructor : Filipe Seixas
Assistant : Rie Melhoos

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Filipe Seixas is the instructor, he is a professional chef with lots of experiences in both Japanese cooking and teaching. He is very passionate about teaching cooking and guiding people into a new culinary world.

About the instructors for the class, please read here.

There will be cooking demonstrations, a lecture on Nabemono and Japanese local food for different Nabemono dishes, and last not least, we will enjoy the delicious Japanese dinner of Nabemono together.  The evening is full of good food and new food experiences.

We are going to cook the following three different kinds of Nabemono in this class:
Yosenabe
Kamonabe
Dotenabe

Yosenabe 寄せ鍋
All kinds of delicacies of meat, fish and vegetables are cooked in a clear broth in one pot. It is a delightful winter dish as it warms up our body.

Kamonabe 鴨鍋
There are many Nabemono dishes in Japan but Kamonabe is a very special one. Kamo means duck in Japanese, this one-pot dish using duck meat is very different from the other two dishes of the night. Please enjoy and taste the difference and the variety of Japanese Nabemono.

Dotenabe 土手鍋 
It is a great one-pot dish from Japan using fresh oysters and Miso. “Dote” means a bank (not the monetary institution you save your money at…) or an embankment. In our cooking demonstration you will find out why this oyster pot dish is named so.

If you are interested, please sign up by sending an email to riesbentoandcooking(a)gmail.com       please use @ instead of (a) 

We will send you information regarding the class and the payment.
The space is limited, we recommend you to sign up as soon as you can.
The dead line to sign up is Monday March 12.

Note: This class’s menu include seafood, duck meat, oysters and other shell fish. Please contact us if you have any question regarding allergens.

Thank you so much!
We are looking forward to cooking with you!

Rie & Filipe

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