Introduction to the Japanese Pantry: Cooking with Dashi

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Class/Workshop

Mar 201422
11:00a.m.

Japanese American National Museum
100 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States

Learn how to cook with dashi , a foundation used in many Japanese cuisines such as miso soup, in this hands-on workshop with dashi maestro Mamiko Niashiyama and Common Grains’ Sonoko Sakai. They will show you how to prepare dashi for making miso soup, salad dressing, and seasoning to make rice and stews.

Menu includes:

  • Soups with dried bonito, sardines, konbu seaweed and shitake mushrooms
  • Umami -rich chicken and vegetable somen noodles
  • Gomoku rice (rice with vegetables) and tamago (egg omelet)
  • A light and clean spinach nori ohitashi salad
  • Koji marinated cabbage, carrot and cucumber pickles
  • *Menu is subject to change depending on availability of ingredients.

    Workshop follows immediately after seminar. Dashi sale following workshop. $75 members, $85 non-members, includes admission and supplies. RSVP early, 25 participants max.

    For more up-to-date information about this event, please visit the Japanese American National Museums' events page: http://www.janm.org/events/#15

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    When making a reservation, email rsvp@janm.org or call 213.625.0414 at least 48 hours prior to the event. Include the name, date, and time of the program, as well as your name and the total in your party.  

    NEW: For all classes, workshops, and food tours, pre-payment is now required to hold your space. Please call 213.625.0414 or download the pre-payment form. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance or no refund will be issued.

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    JANM . Last modified Mar 06 2014 5:07 p.m.


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