Chicken Karaage & more for 3-generation gathering

This was one of the biggest groups in my cooking class. I usually accept max. 6 people due to the size of my little kitchen and dining table, but we welcomed 10 people from 3 generations of a family traveling from the US.

The father is in the hospitality business,  literally traveling all over the world and eating the greatest food everywhere he visits, including Japanese cuisine, so I decided the menu should be something different for him and the family; a typical and simple home-cooked food, including chicken karaage, gyoza, miso soup, etc.

The main cooks turned out to be their teenage children and they were so hardworking! After a few hours of chopping and simmering and making Dashi soup, they managed to prepare a big Japanese lunch table for 10! Of course, their grandparents, Mum & Dad were so proud! AND all tasted so delicious!

I hope this would be one of their precious memories together in Tokyo.

Many thanks for coming!



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