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50 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10010 (Map)
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- Class Level: All levels
- Age Requirements: 21 and older
- Average Class Size: 12
What you'll learn in this korean cooking class:From kimchi to bibimbap---the great rice preparation topped by a myriad of ingredients---the signature dishes of Korea have seduced America with their intoxicating flavors. Soups and stews are popular, as are vegetables, tofu, meat, and seafood that feature in main dishes as well as in banchan, the Korean assortment of side dishes that appear in most traditional meals.
You will learn to make:
- Sigeumchi Kongnamul Doenjang Guk (miso soup with spinach and bean sprouts)
- Mandu (dumplings)
- Dak Gangjung (hot chicken wings)
- Haemul Pa Jeon (seafood and green onion pancakes)
- Sokalbi Gui (barbecued beef short ribs)
- Bulgogi (grilled seasoned sliced beef)
- Bibimbap (seasoned vegetable rice bowl)
- Haetgamja Jorim (new potatoes with roasted sesame seeds)
- Assorted Banchan, including Quick Kimchi
- Soju (cucumber-infused distilled liquor)
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Teacher: Daniel StoneSee Classes Taught by This Teacher »
After a successful two-decade career in higher education, Daniel Stone received a scholarship from the James Beard Foundation to attend the Career Culinary Arts program at the Institute of Culinary Education, where he graduated with highest honors. Daniel has traveled extensively and has received culinary instruction from professional and home cooks from Morocco to Oaxaca, from Santa Fe to Santorini. In addition to teaching for ICE, he is the Recipe Editor for the school’s recreational program. Daniel has also taught culinary classes, tested and developed recipes, and styled food for such clients as Whole Foods, Saveur Magazine, the History Channel and the Food Network.
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School: The Institute of Culinary Education
The Institute of Culinary Education runs America’s largest program of “hands-on” cooking, baking and wine education classes. Courses are offered day and night, 355 days a year, in our 14 kitchens and classrooms at 50 W. 23rd Street, in the heart of Manhattan. The typical class runs 4 to 5 hour...
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