Thank you for coming Japanese sake tasting and food pairing class in Tokyo!
Since I've been giving cooking class for 2 and half year, this is the first time to welcomed people from Slovenia. I was so curious the food culture in Slovenia.
Slovenia is mall country next to Italy, and there are abundant vegetables and seafood in the area. Even though there are many kinds of fresh seafood, they don't eat them uncooked, always prepared and served the dishes. So they enjoy Japanese food very much while they stayed in Japan.
These are food samples to taste with Japanese sake. The food are common Japanese food, such as tuna sushi rolls and miso, and you can buy them in most of the grocery stores. I realized people in my sake class love those simple tastes especially fresh tofu with some condiments. I'm always so glad to hear the guests find something new taste in my class.
Some foods are the first taste for the ladies today and eventually loved them. I'm happy to share my favorite food with them!
Summer holidays was over. My sons went back to school. Now it's time to get prepare bento box in early morning.
Scramble egg and tuna flakes over rice.
Shrimp and spinach gratin
Cooked pumpkin with sweet soy sauce
Cooked broccoli.... is a must!
Tonkatsu, fried pork
Cooked broccoli... yes, must have!
Takikomi-rice, rice cooked with salmon and root vegetables
Tamago-yaki, egg omelet
Sautéed Japanese green pepper with curry spice
Pan fried sardine
Broccoli is taking a rest (^_-)-☆
sautéed hicken and cashew Chinese style
Cooked broccoli .... welcome back!
Thank you for coming sake tasting class at Kitasando cooking studio in Tokyo.
They had traveled through Japan for weeks then came back to Tokyo. The day they came was the last day of their stay in Tokyo, Japan. I appreciate you booked such a precious last day of their travel!
I'd love to share Japanese food culture before leave.
They are very polite and listened my lecture carefully. There are 4 types of sake and can be tasted with instruction.
The picture is the time we did the tasting of each types of sake.
After the process of tasting each sake, we enjoy talking about food culture differences.
Now I knew the most common alcohol among young people is fruits cider. Sound yummy!
Hope you fine something new to Japanese Sake, and enjoy more sake in Sweden!
Thank you for coming!