Homemade Sushi - Seasonal Foods Culinary Class
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About the Event
What kinds of things can I learn about?
Some classes are focused on basic skills such as knife work and learning techniques to prepare and serve foods in a visually appealing way while others are more advanced, such as learning to roll sushi and cooking with chemistry (such as using citric acid to make ceviche).
To date, we have done classes using seasonal vegetables to make a tomato sauce that could be used as marinara or a base for chili (we made personal pizzas), using local seafood and shrimp to make sushi and ceviche, soups, stews, and learning how to grow and use microgreens
What do I need to know for this event?
The Fort Benjamin Recreation Center is a state-owned government building. As such, masks are required by the venue while we are indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Seating for this class is limited to 10 individuals. The culinary instructor and volunteer will also be wearing masks. Participants will be spaced at a max of two individuals per 48" round table.
Carteret Local Food Network requests that you arrive approximately 15 minutes early to this class to allow us to complete the COVID-19 screening questions required by the hosting venue so that we may begin instruction promptly at 5:00 PM.
If you purchase tickets and then become exposed to COVID-19, please contact us as soon as possible for a refund. Refunds will not be given after the event date regardless of attendance.
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