Hiromi’s Home Cooking
Japanese food has become increasingly popular in the UK. People love the way it tastes but often they think it is difficult to prepare. That may be true of the elaborate dishes that you see in formal multi course meals, but Japanese home cooking is another matter.
It is a cuisine that emphasizes fresh seasonal healthy ingredients. With very little fuss and time, it is possible to produce a meal that is light and delicious.
Once you master the basics, the variations are endless. Wouldn’t you like to try?
At Hiromi’s Home Cooking, class size is kept to a maximum of 4 people. In addition to acquiring new skills and knowledge, you can meet a group of people who share your interest. Dinner after class is a social time and it has been remarkable to see how much students have in common. Or perhaps you’d like to organize a special cooking class just for a group of your friends? I can arrange a private lesson for groups of 4 or more. Email me at email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
Classes are held in my loft in central London. Recipes will be provided so you can take notes while you watch. Afterwards we can all sit down together and enjoy the dishes prepared that evening.
I would urge everyone to start with the dashi class. Dashi is Japanese stock and the foundation of Japanese cooking. It makes the subsequent classes much easier to understand.
Gift vouchers now available.
For the person who has everything, why not a lesson or an entire course on Japanese home cooking? Private lessons available on request at additional cost. Please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
To sign up for a class, please email me at email@example.com. I will confirm that there is space available and send you instructions for payment. Your place is confirmed only when I receive payment.
A little about me:
I was born in Tokyo and raised partly there and in the States. Early on, my mom taught me how to cook as a necessary skill to make a “proper home”. After I was done rebelling I realized that it is wonderful to be able to cook Japanese food. Now I want to show you how simple it is to make Japanese food by yourself.
I had a mention in the Independent at the end of last year. Here is the article.