Traditional Japanese Cooking Class - Curry Flavor Crispy Katsu

Dates:May 16, 2024
Meets:Th from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location:Unitarian Society of Germantown, 6511 Lincoln Drive
Cost: $32.00

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Get ready to embark on a culinary adventure learning to prepare delectable crispy Katsu, either with pork or chicken. Unlike the thicker counterparts found in restaurants, our Katsu boasts a unique thinness that adds a delightful crunch to every bite. Infused with the rich flavors of curry and complemented by an assortment of Japanese herbs and cheese, you'll have the freedom to customize it to your liking, ensuring a dish that tantalizes your taste buds with every savory mouthful.

Notes:

A $20 ingredients fee is payable directly to the instructor
Fee: $32.00

Unitarian Society of Germantown, 6511 Lincoln Drive

Use 361 W. Johnson St in your GPS. The church is on Lincoln Dr., between Wayne and Hortter, but MALT students need to use the parking lot off Johnson Street between Wayne and Greene Streets and enter the church from the rear of the building. The driveway to the parking lot is on Johnson, right next to the railway bridge, closest to Wayne Ave. It's a long driveway. Park in the last lot and walk up the sidewalk to the 2nd stairway. Walk down the stairs to enter the church. There is a schedule of events posted on this door. That schedule tells you which room you're in. Once inside the church, there is a map on the bulletin board to show where your room is. If the door is locked, please wait until your instructor shows up.

The Route H bus stops less than a block away at Lincoln Drive & Wayne Avenue.


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Makiko Goto-Widerman

is a graduate of Showa Women's University in Japanese literature and language and has taught Japanese language at a Japanese school in Princeton, NJ. She has organized award-winning homestay tours to Japan, is a graduate of UMass Amherst's Arts Interdisciplinary Studies program, offers workshops in floral design, including Ikebana, and champions the art of traditional Japanese cooking.

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