STREET + SPICY
chef lance kosaka of cafe julia
a cooking class + lunch + tea tasting
street + spicy's the next fall in to food event by www.shareyourtable.com featuring a cooking class and lunch taught by chef lance kosaka of cafe julia.chef lance will be sharing how to make an asian style crostini, his own variation on vietnamese pork lettuce wraps and tasty make-ahead marinades and salad dressings using asian spices that you can whip up effortlessly for family get togethers!class concludes with a delicious three-course lunch by chef lance served family style, and a special tea and tisane tasting by lynette jee of the pacific place tea garden!about the tea and tisanespink bamboo ginger forest. this is a medley of two special tisanes created by the pacific place tea garden. it's a blend of passionfruit, bamboo leaves, pineapple and beets combined with a healthy note of tumeric ginger, schizandra berries and tangerine to create a refreshing beverage.
organic lemongrass is delicious as an herbal tea. used by herbalists for a cleansing tonic effect, it has a wonderful aromatic note to clear the mind.
dragon phoenix jasmine pearl sorbet. artisan hand-crafted pearls of jasmine leaf are carefully rolled from leaf into a ball called a "pearl". when steeped, the pearl unfurls into a long green leaf making an exquisite jasmine tea. the pacific place has infused the jasmine into a sorbet for a wonderful new experience with tea.more goodieseach street + spicy participant will receive a cute mini herb pot by daven hee. this event also marks the debut of some really cool tabletop and food items by fishcake like our ceramic salt wells filled with sparkling red, black, white and pink molokai salts.you can get a jump on seasonal giving with unique kitchen giftpacks of useful locally made items concocted by fishcake, and in keeping with our street food theme, limited gift sets of susan feniger's new book, street food, paired with 'spicy' ceramics! don't be surprised if susan skypes in to say hello.eat, learn, shop + love!join us at:parking on the street, across the street and at sports authorityspecial guest and presenter:lynette jee is the owner and founder of the pacific place tea garden located on the third level of ala moana outside of neiman marcus. lynette has blended special teas and tisanes for hawaii's best hotels, restaurants and retail stores. using local herbs, floras and artisan teas each of the pacific place blends refresh the spirit.3rd level center court ala moana shopping centerp 808 596 2300
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