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Introduction to Korean Cooking

at Home Cooking New York - SoHo

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SoHo, Manhattan
158 Grand St Stu 206
Btwn Lafayette & Centre Streets
New York, New York 10013
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 16 and older
Average Class Size: 10
Teacher: John Scoff

What you'll learn in this korean cooking class:

Learn to make some of your favorite Korean restaurant dishes while exploring the ingredients and cooking techniques that make Korean food so envigorating and delicious.
  • Kimchee Jjigae (Pork Belly, Tofu, and Kimchee Hot Pot)
  • Goon Mandoo (Pan-Fried Handmade Pork Dumplings)
  • Beef Bulgogi with Sticky Rice and Accompaniments
  • Kimchee Fried Rice (served with a fried egg)
Make sure to ring the outside buzzer, even if the front door is open, so we know you are arriving!

Important: Please reach out to CourseHorse for any dietary restrictions.
School Notes:
You’ll receive a complete recipe packet and enjoy a full sit-down meal at the end of class with your classmates. Our classes are BYOB, and you are welcome to bring a bottle to share at the sit-down meal.

Our classes are hands-on, coupled with demonstration-style teaching. Everyone is situated at their own cutting board/chef’s knife station around a large wooden worktable that accommodates the whole class (10 people max). We work together as a group, with the chef at the head of the table.

We focus on knife skills, preparing ingredients for cooking, and we strive to find every opportunity to offer you a hands-on experience at the stove and at your station, all within the spacial parameters of a single stove/family-style kitchen. We ask for volunteers to assist in all cooking.

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Refund Policy
We have a firm 48-hour cancellation policy to ensure that we have enough time to re-fill your seat with another student. For cancellations prior to the 48-hour mark, we are happy to offer credit for a future class.

While it is not in our nature to say no, we are not able to offer credit/refund for last-minute illnesses or work-related conflicts. However, you are always welcome to send someone in your place, because we understand these things do happen.


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Reviews of Classes at Home Cooking New York (1,491)

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Introduction to Korean Cooking
Reviewed by Anonymous on 11/7/2019
I was excited to take this beginners class to learn to make these korean dishes. Jennifer, our instructor was easy going (always had a smile on her face) and was full of information. We were taught technique and she answered our questions while we made several different dishes. I enjoyed myself immensely! I have to say that when I left the class I was walking down the street, singing in my head "I'm in heaven..." LOL Can't wait for this weekend to make pork dumplings and for the next several weekends will attempt to make another dish taught in class like the kimchi fried rice with a fried egg on top and the beef bulgogi, before I forget what I learned in class. And next month the Kimchi Jigae which I found surprisingly delicious as I'm not a fan of spicy food. I highly recommend this class especially if taken with Jennifer!
Introduction to Korean Cooking
Reviewed by Anonymous on 7/6/2019
The food taste good and we get to participate in the making of food.
Introduction to Korean Cooking
Reviewed by Jay S. on 4/13/2019
This place is amazing as always. Recipes are easy and the chef is informative as always.
Introduction to Korean Cooking
Reviewed by Sharath B. on 4/13/2019
Great teaching and good interaction. Need more on history of Korean Cooking What ingredients they use which others don’t. Why certain ingredients are added and what makes the Korean dish unique comparing to Chinese and Japanese . What are the health benefits of the Korean dishes which we do not find in others What type of desert they serve after dinner What sequence the dinner is served. What are the tradition to follow while serving Korean food Just inquisitive It was a great class Thank you John
Introduction to Korean Cooking
Reviewed by Elita T. on 2/2/2019
Very passionate great teacher John loves to share his cooking skills with the students in a fun and playful manner! Will sign up for more classes!

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Home Cooking New York

Founded in 2002, Home Cooking New York provides intimate and hands-on cooking classes at their cooking school in downtown New York City, as well as private classes in students’ home kitchens. Their students range from absolute beginners to amateur home cooks who want to expand their culinary education....

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