In Vietnam, where the majority of the diet consists of meat and seafood, being a vegetarian may seem impossible. Surprisingly, it’s not! Finding vegetarian food in Vietnam is practically a breeze, provided you know what to order. Vietnam even has its own set of designated vegetarian restaurants called Quay Chay’s. Tonight we will start with Banh mi (street food baguette sandwich),  Ca Lan Xao Toi (stir fried morning glory, water spinach and Asian cauliflower), Wild mushroom Pho and finish with Jack fruit sorbet with popped Amaranth. We will drink wines from Alsace.

This class meets on the main level in the Education Wing.

MATERIALS
Our cooking classes are held in our commercial kitchen. You will be seated at a counter on counter top stools, so please wear comfortable clothing. Layers are best, the temperature fluctuates often.