- $60 for one admission to a 90-minute maki roll cooking class with Chef Bibi Kasrai
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The workshop will be held at Harvard Cookin’ Girl in La Jolla.
Each event is capped at 5 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Sushi chefs are like artists, sculpting aesthetically-pleasing meals with sticky rice, nori, and fish. You will find those and other fresh ingredients waiting for you when you arrive in Chef Bibi Kasrai’s kitchen at Harvard Cookin’ Girl. Over the course of a 90-minute, hands-on class, she teaches you and your fellow students techniques to craft your own edible art.
Learn the Art of Sushi
With expert instruction, you’ll learn the fundamentals of miso soup, roll and cut California rolls and prepare green tea ice cream.
Eat Your Work
After preparing your meal, enjoy the results while chatting with your fellow students.
Sip and Savor
Feel free to bring your favorite wine—there’s no corkage fee.
In the Neighborhood
After class, you can walk down to Girard Avenue to visit boutiques and watch the sunset.
Owner, Harvard Cookin’ Girl
For Bibi Kasrai, trading her corporate career for a career in cooking was an easy decision, especially considering the pivotal role food has always played in her life. She details her relationship with cooking in her memoir-slash-cookbook The Spice Whisperer, as well as in a feature in The Guardian. Californians can receive culinary instruction from Bibi herself, who founded Harvard Cookin’ Girl to teach visitors how to prepare the cuisines of Japan, Ethiopia, France, Italy, Spain, and myriad other regions.