In the Japanese kitchen, “temaki” means to roll with your hands. It’s a fitting word to describe a fantastic new hands-on sushi class at Cook Culture with chef Akemi Akutsu. The first ever class, held recently, was an inspiring introduction to the authentic way of preparing and cooking Japanese cuisine.
This week, we held the first in a series of marathon and half-marathon nutritional classes presented by Frontrunners Victoria. It was the first of its kind that we’ve hosted at Cook Culture and we hope to continue offering these in the future. It’s an experiment in cooking and running – both of which are uncomplicated and essential pleasures.
There’s at least one thing chef Brad Williams’ breads and brunch class reminded us of earlier this month, and that’s how satisfyingly delicious a leisurely, homemade brunch can be.
Twelve people arrived at Cook Culture, early on a Saturday morning, eager to learn about the joy of baking from one of Victoria’s most passionate bread bakers. To our delight, Brad already had treats baking in the oven, filling the store with the most wonderful smell. Because, as he says “hungry people aren’t learning people.” A fact we all quickly agreed on.
Wanted to say thanks for supporting the renovation of the Mustard Seed shelter and food bank! I appreciate it when companies are community focused. I'll be coming to Cook Culture soon!
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