January 27, 2018 5:00 pm
3687 Kaumualii Hwy, Lawai
Learn recipes and techniques to throw THE best Hawaiian bash of the summer! This workshop will teach you the history of how Hawaiian food has evolved and become so popular across the United States. Learn which ingredients were readily available and what cooking techniques were used to prepare the dishes that made those ingredients so popular. Gather a better understanding about how the outside world influenced the cuisine and how Hawaii influenced them in return. This will be as much of a Hawaiian cultural and history lesson as it is a hands-on cooking class. Come enjoy this unique opportunity to learn, cook and eat!
Vegetable Lau Lau
Chef Joe Fox: After graduating from the International Culinary Institute in Campbell, Calif., Chef Joe Fox worked at La Mere Michelle in Saratoga Calif. He cultivated cooking techniques at the French restaurant by butchering whole animals and making everything from scratch. At Caffe Lucio, in Santa Cruz, Calif., chef Lucio Fanni taught Fox how to create simple meals using a few, high-quality ingredients. He combined technique and simplicity as the sous chef for the Poppy Ridge Golf Course in Livermore, Calif., and in his free time, brewed beer at home.
Learn More at The Monkeypod Jam Shop, 2-3687 Kamualii HWY, Next to the Lawai Post Office or https://monkeypodjam.com