Hearty Korean Cooking - Demonstration

Milwaukee
Public
Market

Explore the tastes of Korea with chef Jenny Lee

Hearty Korean Cooking - Demonstration

Milwaukee
Public
Market

Explore the tastes of Korea with chef Jenny Lee

Class Info

Date
July 20, 2022
Time
5:30 pm
Price
$
35
REgistration Information

Chef Jenny Lee relishes the flavors of her Korean heritage even as she honed her skills in the restaurants of James Beard-award winning chefs in New York City and Milwaukee. While she has the muscle memory to cook fine dining food, Korean food is her comfort zone. In this demonstration, you'll learn how to make hearty Korean dishes like LA Galbi and jap chae noodles. You'll find out how to make an everyday Korean marinade. Find out how LA Galbi got its name from the city of Los Angeles. Jap chae is a wonderful sweet potato noodle dish that can be made vegetarian with mushrooms, carrots and spinach. Koreans prize fruit as a dessert. It is a sign of love when your mother peels the apple or pear by hand with a knife.

Tonight, you'll get to sample:

  • LA Galbi (Korean marinated bone-in beef)
  • Jap chae (Korean glass noodles with vegetables)
  • Korean fruit and the significance of fruit in Korean culture

Jenny Lee worked for chefs Tom Colicchio and Jean-Georges Vongerichten in New York City. She worked for Justin Aprahamian, chef/owner of Sanford in Milwaukee. She was born and raised in Wisconsin. She grew up eating Korean food every day.

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EVENT GUIDELINES:

  • Reservations are non-refundable and non-transferable; however you may send someone else to take your place.
  • If we cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, a full refund will be made.

Class Info

Date
July 20, 2022
Time
5:30 pm
Price
35
REgistration Information

Chef Jenny Lee relishes the flavors of her Korean heritage even as she honed her skills in the restaurants of James Beard-award winning chefs in New York City and Milwaukee. While she has the muscle memory to cook fine dining food, Korean food is her comfort zone. In this demonstration, you'll learn how to make hearty Korean dishes like LA Galbi and jap chae noodles. You'll find out how to make an everyday Korean marinade. Find out how LA Galbi got its name from the city of Los Angeles. Jap chae is a wonderful sweet potato noodle dish that can be made vegetarian with mushrooms, carrots and spinach. Koreans prize fruit as a dessert. It is a sign of love when your mother peels the apple or pear by hand with a knife.

Tonight, you'll get to sample:

  • LA Galbi (Korean marinated bone-in beef)
  • Jap chae (Korean glass noodles with vegetables)
  • Korean fruit and the significance of fruit in Korean culture

Jenny Lee worked for chefs Tom Colicchio and Jean-Georges Vongerichten in New York City. She worked for Justin Aprahamian, chef/owner of Sanford in Milwaukee. She was born and raised in Wisconsin. She grew up eating Korean food every day.

________________

EVENT GUIDELINES:

  • Reservations are non-refundable and non-transferable; however you may send someone else to take your place.
  • If we cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, a full refund will be made.

Free Parking

Parking is available in the Market's main lot just off of Water Street. Make sure to bring your parking ticket to the class for validation.

Cancellation

Reservations are non-refundable, however you may send someone else to take your place. If we cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, a full refund will be made.

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