One of the best ways to immerse yourself in international sporting events is to taste the cuisine of the host country, especially if you are watching from half a world away, with South Korea hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics you’re in for a culinary treat.
Korean barbecue restaurants are becoming increasingly popular, with plates of marinated meat served to diners who cook their own, like a hot rock or fondue in the Alps. At Food Sorcery, working with Hyeon Jeong, our Kimchi Queen, we have devised a social evening of conversation, demonstration, hands on cookery and delicious banquet.
Hyeon Jeong ran her first class at Food Sorcery in October 2017 and the story hit the newspapers across Korea, we are delighted to have her back and this promises to be a lovely evening.
Menu options for fish & meat – please speak to us if you have a vegetarian diet.
Examples of what you might cook and see demonstrated:
Dwejigalbli – soy sauce based boneless pork ribs
Spicy Chicken – Korean chilli paste
Beef Short Ribs – thinly sliced, grilled with salt & pepper
Spring Onion Salad
2 Different Dipping Sauces
Sujeonggwa – Cinnamon Tea
Glass of wine on arrival & traditional Korean appetisers on arrival and the banquet!
Skill Level: All Abilities