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Japanese Cooking: June 2001

Author:Author unknown, Issue: June 2001, Topic: Japanese Culture

We will cook traditional Japanese food; Omusubi(rice ball), Miso-soup and Dashimaki-tamago. Omusubi is the most popular Japanese fast food which has a variety of ingredients. (Umeboshi, Sake, tuna,etc.) Let's enjoy cooking them! We also will show you how to make Futomaki-zushi. If you want to try rolling Norimaki, we will teach you how to do it.

When: Monday, June from 11 11:00am to 1:30pm
Place: Ninomiya public hall (Cooking room)
What to bring: a cup of rice (If you have them at home) chopsticks (or fork)
Contact/Inquiries: Ms.Sanada at 54-7274 or Ms. Hirakawa at 51-6237
There will be another activity at the Takezono-nishi Jidokan on Monday morning, June 25.

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