Career and Community Education
Cooking

A Sampling of Hawaii's Asian Cuisine - NEW

From the days of the old Pineapple plantations to the new Cuisines of today, the things that matter most is “simplicity” and “taste.” Stuffed aburage at family parties bring back memories of the 60s. Will Asian “pork sliders” and “california rolls” stand the test of time? Chef Lee will demonstrate these 3 dishes and you’ll have the opportunity to assemble your own “pork sliders.” Recipies for components of all 3 dishes will be provided.

Participants must bring a chef’s knife and a cutting board to class.

Class meets: Thursday, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Hale Kuhina 115
Cost: $30 + $15 lab fee (payable to instructor)

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Lee Shinsato is Chef Instructor/ Cafeteria Chef at Kapi’olani Community College, Culinary Arts Program; former Instructor/Program Coordinator at Windward Community College, Employment Training Center; Instructor/Program Coordinator at Honolulu Community College, Employment Training Center; Full Service Manager of Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Hawaii; Owner/Operator of The Bento Box; Manager of The Round House Restaurant; and Head Baker of Anna Miller’s Coffee House.