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What could be better than Beer and Japanese izakaya fusion food! On Sunday March 10th, local Japanese cooking instructor Kimiko Suzuki is serving up fresh and delicious Japanese izakaya cooking partnering with Bridge Brewing Company.

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-japanese-izakaya-dinner-by-kimiko-bridge-brewing-tickets-55866330699?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_event_email&utm_term=viewmyevent_button

Ticket includes: One seating

– Japanese Izakaya plate: Edamame, 2 Japanese side dishes, Rice based main dish

– One Bridge Brewing beer

– great conversation!

We will have two seatings on March 10th: 5:PM and 7:15PM.

Looking forward to seeing you! (Note: No sushi at this event) (Note: actual dishes may differ from photo)

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Making Shio Koji and Shoyu Koji About this Workshop

Looking to add more Umami to your cooking? Join local Japanese food expert Kimiko Suzuki in preparing the authentic Japanese seasoning “Shio Koji” and “Shoyu Koji” in this hands-on class. Shio Koji is an ingredient in Japanese cooking with a history of at least a few centuries that has been experiencing a resurgence in recent years for its versatility and amazing flavour. In Japanese, Shio means salt. Koji (also known as Koji-kin) is a fungus or mold used to ferment foods or make alcoholic beverages, and is an ingredient in miso, soy sauce, sake, mirin, rice vinegar, and much more. Shio Koji is packed with Umami and brings out the wonderful flavours of other ingredients. It can be used to marinate meat, season vegetables, or as a salt substitute in any dish. In this workshop, guests will learn how to use Shio and Shoyu Koji for cooking, have the chance to take them, and will make their own Shio Koji and Shoyu Koji (soy sauce Koji).

Date and Time

Wednesday, April 3 | 6:00 – 8:00 pm (2 hours)

Location

UBC Farm

3461 Ross Drive, Vancouver BC

Cost

$60 ($53 student pricing) + GST

Making Daifuku Mochi About this Workshop Let’s learn how to make the delicious Japanese sweet snack, Daifuku! This sticky rice mochi snack is filled with sweet azuki anko red bean paste. As Daifuku and tea are the perfect combination, we will also learn about and taste a couple beautiful Japanese teas. On the Menu to Learn About, Make, and Taste:
    • Traditional Daifuku
    • Strawberry Daifuku
    • Auzki Anko Paste
    • Green Tea
Date and Time

Saturday, May 11 | 2:30 – 4:30 pm (2 hours)

Location

UBC Farm

3461 Ross Drive, Vancouver BC

Cost

$60 ($53 student pricing) + GST

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