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Vegetable Pot Stickers love “Not Ketchup”.

Vegetable Pot Stickers

Vegetable Pot Stickers

We made Vegetable Pot Stickers, aka as Japanese gyoza at our “A Taste of Asia” Cooking Class during the Chinese New Year. Making Pot Stickers can be therapeutic. These Pot Stickers had a new companion…”Not Ketchup” dipping sauces. (more…)

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February 27, 2014 at 9:19 am 4 comments

The Argonaut newspaper features our Los Angeles cooking classes.

The Argonaut Newspaper serves Westchester to Santa Monica neighborhoods in Los Angeles.

The Argonaut Newspaper serves Westside neighborhoods in Los Angeles.

Patricia Rose travels the world through her Westchester cooking classes.  That’s what the Argonaut newspaper wrote after interviewing me for the story in this week’s issue serving the local Westchester to Santa Monica audience in the Los Angeles area.

Dishes with a dash of culture.

Dishes with a dash of culture.

I was thrilled to have our cooking classes at the Holy Nativity Community Hall featured this week in the Argonaut newspaper.  Have a look.   http://argonautnews.com/dishes-with-a-dash-of-culture/  The picture in the story came from our Soups, Stews and Bread class last January. (more…)

February 3, 2014 at 9:21 am Leave a comment

A Taste of Asia Cooking Class – February 6, 2014

Evil Jungle Prince with Chicken

Evil Jungle Prince with Chicken

Your Asian culinary experience does not have to stop at your local Chinese take-out place.   In Southern California, we are lucky to experience the food of just about every Asian culture in the many restaurants, neighborhoods and grocery stores.    In our “A Taste of Asia” Cooking Class on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at the Holy Nativity Community Hall in Westchester,  we will experiment with some of these authentic ingredients available at your local grocery store or a quick trip to one of the many Asian neighborhoods. (more…)

January 15, 2014 at 8:54 am 2 comments

Coconut Curry Chicken Noodle Soup…Curry Mee

Coconut Curry Chicken Noodle Soup...Curry Mee

Coconut Curry Chicken Noodle Soup…Curry Mee

It was a cold January in Southern California and I was glad to have my Soup repertoire ready, starting with our January Soups, Stews & Bread class held earlier in the month. I know. I know.  I grew up in Minneapolis, so I know what cold is and the chilly 30-some degrees, which it has been here, is considered warm there.  Nevertheless, I’m guessing that a lot of soup is being made across the country right now. (more…)

February 2, 2013 at 9:30 am 7 comments

Vietnamese Spring Rolls from Roy’s Restaurants

Vietnamese Spring Rolls

The Vietnamese Spring Rolls were very popular at our Asian Cooking Class and very easy to make too.  I think this may be my new “go to appetizer” for a dinner party.  You can put virtually anything into the spring roll wrappers and make up a wonderful quick and healthy bite as a passed appetizer. (more…)

February 11, 2012 at 7:55 pm 1 comment

Lighten up with Asian Cuisine

Green Papaya Salad is best with small Thai chilis

To lighten up our meals after the holidays, our mission at this cooking class was to learn how to use some fresh authentic Asian ingredients that we purchased at the Asian Superstore.  While we all eat Asian food at restaurants, seeing the raw ingredients and working with them was a new adventure.

Vietnamese Spring Rolls with Orange-Chili Sauce

After eating them in Little Saigon, we were all interested to make the Vietnamese Spring Rolls ourselves.  With rice paper wrappers in hand, the team of Karen, Georgia and Ina assembled their ingredients before beginning the production line of rolling up the spring rolls.  Georgia got to work on the sauce made of sake, orange juice and sweet chile sauce. (more…)

January 26, 2012 at 10:57 am 5 comments

An Adventure in Southern California’s Little Saigon

Purchasing Red Snapper at Thuan Phat Asian Superstore

Southern California boasts some great ethnic neighborhoods. Since we are cooking Asian at our cooking class this week, we ventured down to Little Saigon in Garden Grove on Saturday.    In less than an hour, we were transported into an Asian adventure.   Lunch was at Vietnamese favorite, Brodard Chateau. (more…)

January 12, 2012 at 6:30 pm 2 comments

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I am a Chef, Cooking Teacher and Food Blogger. Learn how to create delicious and healthy food in a FLASH.

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