[Virtual Workshop — Ended] Japanese Recipes for ThanksgivingNovember 24, 2020 ( 1:00pm PDT/ 4:00pm EDT)
ABOUT THE EVENT
Known as ‘satsumaimo (さつまいも)’ in Japanese, sweet potatoes are a staple of any Thanksgiving dinner table. Learn how to create this unique twist on this cozy and warm dish that your entire family will enjoy in this MUJI digital workshop as hosted by Chef Naoko of Shizuku by Chef Naoko.
Want to follow along? A full list of ingredients to be used throughout the workshop will be available to you upon registration on the Online Event Page.
- Date: Tuesday, November 24, 2020
- Time: 4:00pm – 4:45pm EDT
- Location: Online
Online registration is mandatory. Please click the button below to register.
This event will be hosted on Zoom. Online registration is mandatory.
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The event will start at the announced time and last about 45 minutes.
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Following almost twenty years’ experience running her mother’s organic food businesses in Japan, Chef Naoko Tamura arrived in Portland in 2007 to fulfill her dream of opening a restaurant in the natural and organic rich Pacific Northwest. Chef Naoko Bento Cafe was born in November of that year, specializing in authentic Japanese bentos using local ingredients. As its familiarity among many locals and businesses grew, Chef Naoko Bento Café continued to gain popularity. After its architectural and brand expansion, Shizuku by Chef Naoko restaurant was born and remains one of the only Kengo Kuma-designed restaurant establishments in the United States. Chef Naoko continues to receive accolades for her authentic Japanese cooking using local ingredients.