There are two groups, one party of 4 from Florida US and the other party of 2 from Australia in the class. All they are delightful and polite people so the class went very well, and nice socialized class.
Two women used to live in Japan for years ago, so they speak and understand some Japanese. I’m always glad someone speak, someone tries to communicate in Japanese, that make me feel closer to them.
We cooked Oyako-don, tempura, spinach goma-ae ( spinach withcream sesame dressing), rice and miso soup.
Oyako-don is a rice bowl which is made of chicken and egg. “oyako” in Japanese means parents and child (ren), you know, that is why this bowl is called as this name.
Pouring dissolved eggs into the pot for the finishing oyako-don cooking.
We also cooked tempura for the side dish. I had a request from a couple from Australia how to cook tempura in advance, and they learned my easy tempura recipe and I believe they brought back to heir home kitchen.
The participants get turn one by one to cook tempura. They did great! Also had fun!
After tided up kitchen, I participate to the lunch and having chat with the participants. Now I’ve relaxed and I really like this time!
Thank you for sharing your experience when you were in Japan.
Many thanks to write your review on TripAdvisor!!