Once again, BKA is teaming up with the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts to offer a Korean cooking class.
Join us for a private cooking class to learn how to make a few dishes, try a few foods and have a little fun.
The classes normally have a cost of $85 per person but, thanks to a generous grant from Korea's Ministry of Health and Wellness, we're able to subsidize these quite a bit. It will only cost you $20 per session if you're a member, $30 if you're a non-member.
We have to meet an 8 person minimum for the class to run (13 person max). Friends and guests welcome!
Registration will be open to BKA members (all levels) through Friday, July 12. Then, it will be available to everyone - non-members and guests - on Saturday, July 13.
We have some input on the menu. Here's what we made last time; we could keep some or all items the same or change a few. (Remember, even if you attended last time, you can work on a different dish this time!)
Kimchi cheddar bites with Asian pear
Acorn Jelly Salad (Dotorimuk-muchim)
Spicy cold noodles (Bibim naengmyeon)
Ginseng Chicken Soup (Samgyetang)
Spicy Sir-Fried Pork Belly (Jeyuk Bokkeum)
Spicy rice cake (Ddeokbokki)
Crispy candied sweet potatoes with spicy dipping sauce
Scallion pancakes (Pajeon)
Seasoned soybean sprouts (Kongnamul-muchin)
Crispy green onion salad
Marinated cucumbers (Oi-muchim)
Sliced garlic, long peppers, soybean paste
Stuffed pancake (Hotteok)