YPC From Setsubun to Maki
February 2 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree – $20
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About the Event
Have you always wondered what goes into a Eho-maki and what the seven fillings represent? Chef Hemmi from Ringo Japanese Restaurant, will give a virtual demonstration on how to make this colorful luck filled roll, followed by a hands on demonstration. Find your inner sushi chef, and learn how to make your own version of this roll with seven ingredients of your choice. Chef Hemmi will briefly speak about the importance of Eho-maki, which is customarily eaten during Setsubun (February 2), as well as explain the correct way to eat the roll to bring extended good luck. A list of ingredients and items needed for the hands on demonstration will be sent prior to the event date.
About the Speaker
Chef Hemmi was born and raised in Tokyo Japan, and began his culinary career at eighteen. He was accepted into Hattori Cooking School, the top cooking school in Japan. Upon graduating, he began his apprenticeship under Master Chef Watanabe in Tokyo. Chef Hemmi came to America in 1999, where he immediately made a name for himself in the Japanese culinary scene, and joined the Ringo team in 2003. He was honored by Food and Wine Magazine as the Most Innovative Sushi Chef in Chicago in September 2005.Chef Hemmi is again boasting his cooking talents at the new Ringo with authentic Japanese dishes and sushi.
Special thanks to our co-organizers:
2/2/2021 6:00 PM
2/2/2021 7:00 PM
From Setsubun to Maki; An Eho-Maki Demo and Hands-on Workshop