Sunday, May 8, 2011

Slow Food Waitakere: Japanese Cooking Class












Today was a great food day, and a great Slow Food Day! I went to a wonderful Japanese cooking class, we cooked, we learned, we ate... it was just perfect! 
To read about this event hosted by Slow Food Waitakere please click here.

Photos by Sean Shadbolt ©

22 comments:

  1. Ma che bello!!!
    Allora aspettiamo qualche ricetta di quello che hai imparato, io sono pazza per la cucina giapponese :-)

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  2. Wow! Seems like you were having a smashing time! Wish I was there too!

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  3. Anche a me piacerebbe fare un corso di cucina giapponese...da me non fanno una cippa, nota dolente del vivere in una città di provincia...

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  4. Tinny, queste cose succedono perche' ce le organizziamo noi, altrimenti provincia o non provincia, non ci sarebbero.

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  5. I love japanese cook and that pics look so enjoyed class. Hope i be there too.

    farida
    http://kitchensuperfood.com

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  6. Gorgeous photo essay of the day Alessandra! :)

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  7. Lorraine :-), this time I didn't take the photos, I just assembled them!

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  8. Ciao Alessandra.
    Thanks so much for helping us to have the cooking event. Everyone seemed to have enjoyed it and I am very happy.
    Let's do it again!

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  9. Thank you Kazuyo for hosting it :-)!

    BunnyHF?? You will have to explain that!

    ciao and see you on Friday
    A.

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  10. che meraviglia quei lunchbox!!!!!
    allora attendiamo le ricettine :))
    Bibi

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  11. I love croquets!!! I recently use the oven to cook instead of frying. And my daughter loves it so much. I should make some soon!

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  12. It sounds like a fantastic experience. The food looks wonderful and it's nice that everyone was able to participate in the cooking. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  13. What a great way to spend the day!! I love the concept of slow food - it's taking off over here in OZ too!!

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  14. What a wonderful class event! I have always wanted to learn making sushi and other Japanese food!
    Yes, Alessandra, I'm a mother. I have a daughter and a son. Thanks for stopping by . Hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day! :)

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  15. quasi quasi torno a scuola....sempre la scuola sia tipo questa ^_____^ ho "rischiato" di fare un corso a singapore....ma avrei dovuto prenotare il giorno del mio arrivo....peccato, ciauzzzzzzzz

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  16. Ecco cosa c'era nella lista dei to do della primavera... il corso di sushi al centro di cultura giapponese... cannato anche quest'anno :-(

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  17. nooo, ma che bella la lezione di cucina giapponese!!! quando ci fai qualcosa???

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  18. Presto presto, ho un mucchio di foto arretrate, e cose da finire di cucinare in frigo prima :).
    Comunque se cliccate su Japanese Food nei label ci sono gia' moltissime ricette giapponesi, anche come fare il sushi (vegetariano).

    Ciao

    A.

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  19. I did see this, looks like lots of fun! I love croquetto especially (the healthiest thing, hehe). Actually just finished my Japanese class here last night, we made maki-sushi ^_^

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