Columbia Learns to Cook: Cooking Classes



Sushi 101 Class at SakiTumi

Couples enjoy the side-by-side learning experience

SakiTumi Grill and Sushi Bar
807 Gervais St, Columbia  (803) 931-0700

Perhaps you, dear foodie friend, know the joys of eating delectable, beautiful sushi… but your date/spouse/friend hasn’t quite gotten the nerve to try it.  Here’s a wonderful and interesting experience that’s educational and amazingly romantic!  You get to eat and drink while you’re learning, you share the experience, and you come away with knowledge you can use!  This class helps participants get a better understanding of what sushi is, and dispels the myths and fears of those unfamiliar with it.  It gives couples a cultural and culinary experience they won’t soon forget.

Sushi meal includes edamame, miso soup, ginger salad, and sushi. You’ll learn how to prepare your sushi ingredients and get information on rice cooking techniques.  The executive chef will show you how to make, cut, and plate your sushi before he lets you take the reins and encourages you to make your own sushi rolls.  You’ll start with a California roll, and then move on to a second roll where you are encouraged to be creative with the available ingredients.

See SakiTumi’s website for booking details.

Little girl with pizza slice
Uno’s helps your child become a pizza chef!

Kids Learn to Make Their Own Pizza

Uno Pizzeria & Grill
5304 Sunset Blvd Highway 378, Lexington, SC 29072

Bring your children to Uno’s in Lexington for a fun night of pizza-making and pizza-eating.  Kids don an apron and then go at it.  They learn to be pizza chefs by topping Uno’s thin crust pizza dough with the sauce and toppings.  They can make either a cheese or pepperoni pizza and then indulge in their own masterpiece!

Have you attended any fun and interesting cooking classes you think others would enjoy? Fill out this form and let us know about the great classes you’ve been taking. Your class might even appear in next month’s issue!

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