Cooking Party 2014.1.24

We had a cooking party at school last Friday, and had an amazing time.

The dishes we made this time were:

Okonomiyaki, Yakisoba, Mochi, and Motsu-nabe.

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Many Japanese and WAHAHA Students came to the party.

 

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This is Okonomiyaki that we made. It’s really really BIG, isn’t it??

 

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It was very “OISHI”!!!

 

Our next cooking lesson will be in February.

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Sweet gift!

Sweet gift!

Stephanie brought us doughnuts!!

Cute doughnuts ne? Also, there is a cute snowman candle with doughnuts!

Thank you sooooo much, Stephanie!

We all enjoyed coffee break at school yo 🙂

Cooking Lesson at WAHAHA Japanese School!

We all enjoyed cooking lesson after class on Friday.

This time, we learned how to clean a fish to make sashimi.

We even prepared “TSUMA” which is garnishing served with raw fish.

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Haruna -sensei showed us how to do it first!

Then, our turn!!!

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Everybody did a pretty good job!!

Well, it took time than we thought….though……

Other than Sashimi, we also cooked “grilled chicken with miso, onigiri, kinpira gobou,etc…”

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It was really tasty!!!

Would you like to join our Cooking lesson next time?!

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Cook your own dinner?!

Friday night, we had Japanese cooking lesson at WAHAHA.

The menu was Gyoza, Yaki-dofu, salad, onigiri, and etc…

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Cutting onions…

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Making gyoza…

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Before eat… ” Itadakimasu”

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We enjoyed cooking and eating together.

Do you want to join us next time?

We would have next cooking lesson on Oct.26th!

Cooking Lesson at WAHAHA!!

We had cooking lesson on Friday, and had a good time & good food!

Many people joined us, thank you everyone!

The menu was below…

Goya champloo : It’s famous as Okinawan local food.  Goya is bitter gourd and it’s a summer vegetable. We stir-fry goya wiht ham, egg, and ohter vegetables. Champloo means “mix”.

Inarizushi : Inarizushi is fried bean-curd stuffed with boiled rice.

Buta shabu salad : It’s a salad with thin sliced pork dipped and lightly waved around a couple of times in boiling stock on top of salad. We had sesame dressing to go with.

Nasu no hasamiyaki : stuff minced meat between sliced eggplant, and stir-fried.

Tori no Nitsuke: chicken boiled with soy sauce

Tokoroten:gelidium jelly(cut into noodle-like strips and eaten cold, with a sweetened vinegary sauce)

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