May 22, 2013
It will take place at Issoan Tea School, 17761 NW Marylhurst Ct. Portland, OR 97229
From 1 -3 pm, cost is $25. All recipes, ingredients and molds provided. Bring apron and container to take home your sweets.
We will be making mizu yokan, kudzu yaki and koi in a pond.
Mizu yokan is a favorite summer time treat. In Kyoto we would buy them chilled in these green bamboo tubes and they would poke a hole in the bottom so you suck them out and eat them. You can also mold them in a pan and slice them into squares or if you have cooking cutters, cut them into shapes.
Kudzu yaki is made with kudzu starch and cooked until clear. The kudzu is poured into a mold and dusted with potato starch and grilled.
Koi in a pond is an white bean paste koi sculpture in a round mold with kanten surrounding it.
Please mail me or call me if you would like to attend.
There will be a limit on the number of people to as many as I can fit in my kitchen. (5-6 people).