I taught The Art of Sushi class in San Francisco. The class is a X’mas gift from customer to her friend. I harvested Turnips, Trefoil, Green onion from vegetable garden. They are very good team and work together very well. For my surprise, they liked Japanese pickled plum so much. I am so glad they liked it because it is super healthy alkaline food and keep body pH balanced. They love miso soup too which made of home made miso fermented for two years.
I taught Japanese pancake class today and this class was the guest’s wife’s birthday present. I harvested Green Onion from my garden. They invited wife’s friend to this class too. This is family setting class and their kitchen was very nicely organized. I am so glad they have very good appetite. We cook Japanese pancake with pork & chicken, stir fried noodle with green onion & chicken, and agar-agar dessert. They finished all of them!
They are so sweet, they shared friend’s gift with me, which is very tasty strawberry roll from Japanese market.
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I taught The Art of Sushi class today as the guest’s boy friend’s birthday party. Total 7 people joined class, joking, chatting and laughing very fun class! One of friend enjoyed sesame roasting too much, it started smoking and smog detector alarm went on!
They looks like very enjoyed making sushi, miso soup and green vegetable with sesame.
I harvested Turnips, Trefoil and green onion from my garden in the morning.
I hosted an Airbnb experience garden tour & Soba noodle and tempura class today. I escorted them to vegetable garden and showed them what’s growing now. The guest is Indian couple and their 6 years old daughter. For my surprising, she likes Japanese food and she wanted to learn how to cook Japanese food such as sushi. She wanted to join today and she cut green onion, peel sweet potato skin very well. I harvested Butternuts squash & Chayote squash from garden.
I taught Japanese pancake & noodle class today. This class is the wedding gift to today’s customer who just married few month ago. The wife visited Japan twice and she knows about Japanese food pretty well and she can cook too. She is a Italian and he is a German, so they are European. They are very health conscious and they grow own vegetables in the backyard. They are very sweet, gave me two big pomegranates which they got from neighbor.
I re-planted Burdock and seeded Turnip today.
Turnip & Komatsuna & Chayote squash
I taught Black Cod & vegetable tempura class. This class was spacial request from the guest her husband lived in Japan around two years and he loves Japanese meal. Even this menu is not on my list but she requested for her husband. He speaks very good Japanese too. I was so impressed that he was so ready to adapt Japanese culture and life.
I harvested carrot, Komatsuna, Japanese pumpkin, chayote squash, shiso leaf, green onion from my garden.
I taught The Art of Sushi class today. This time the guest was university student who returned home during summer holidays. Her father requested cooking class for her since she loves sushi and wanted to learn how to make sushi at home. She learned a lot and she did pretty good job for this class. Her father helped some part but mainly she cooked everything by herself.
I harvested Komatsuna, green onion, green shiso and trefoil from my garden. I brought home made miso and pickled plum as well.
I taught Japanese pancake & noodle class first time. I thought about detailed logistics & work flow for this new class but still I was kind of nervous for the first class. The customer worked together very well as a team and they cooked nice Japanese pancake(pork & seafood), stir fried noodle and dessert. For my surprising, they liked agar agar texture too which sometimes people does not like.
I taught The Art of Sushi class today. Today’s class was a gift from daughter to her father as a father’s day gift since he was very interested in Japanese cooking. The kitchen was very organized and they have compost too. So they are environmental conscious. I harvested Komatsuna, Trefoil, green onion, shiso leaves from my garden.
They really enjoyed roasting sesame because for my surprising she already tried to roast sesame with fry pan & oven. I respect her challenging spirit and seriousness for healthy cooking. We chat a lot during class and this is very fun class to teach.