What You'll Get
- $55 for one admission to a three-hour Asian cooking class with Sunny
- Guests should bring their own chairs (preferably high stool), aprons and containers for leftovers
- This class is good for participants 12 years old and older
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at Carmel’s Kitchen.
Each event is capped at 16 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Increased mental alertness, weight loss, headache relief—these are just a few of the benefits that can come from drinking green tea. But when it comes to a healthy Asian diet, that’s just the beginning. During her three-hour class, chef and operator of Rolling Asian Delight mobile food trailer, Sunny, teaches students how to prepare a traditional four-course meal while paying close attention to nutrition and healthfulness.
Healthy Asian Cuisine 101
Sunny explains how she combines traditional Asian recipes and Eastern philosophy with healthy cooking techniques for delicious results.
Hands-On Cooking Lesson
Students will make an appetizer, soup, main chicken course, and classic Asian dessert. After the main dish before enjoying desserts, loose-leaf green tea will be brewed. Water bottles will be available to guests throughout the class.
Take home any food you don’t finish onsite, as well as laminated recipe cards and some small souvenirs.
Students will make two pan-fried grass-fed beef buns as appetizers, hot and sour soup, and almond-flavored rice muffins as desserts at each Experience. Sunny will demonstrate how to make healthy Kung Pao Chicken (containing peanuts) as the main dish. Multigrain fried rice and premium-quality Taiwanese High-Mountain Green Tea is complimentary at each experience
Owner, SUNNY Chinese Kitchen
It’s impossible to count how many people have benefited from Sunny’s passion for healthy cooking. Since 2010, the chef has been on mission to share authentic and nutritional Asian recipes with the world, and she’s appeared multiple times on local television to do so. She also owns SUNNY Chinese Kitchen, and there alone has passed on her techniques and knowledge to more than 500 students during private classes.
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