Join us Monday, January 30 from 6:00-8:00 pm for a cooking class with Richelle Antipolo. We all have that one friend who’s infuriatingly perfect—beautiful, smart, and well-rounded…like my gosh how does she do it? Now what would that look like as a dish? Today, Richelle is so excited to introduce you to that South Korean dish: Dak Galbi!
Dak Galbi is a sweet-spicy-savory-creamy-umami chicken stir fry with an abundance of ingredients which work together harmoniously. This dish has everything…chicken, onions, sweet potato, rice cakes, eggs, cheese, peppers, lettuce, rice, seaweed, and so much more.
Sign up to see how this infuriatingly perfect dish can do it all!
**Just a word of caution, Korean food leans spicy—we will make it a little less spicy to accommodate most people. That being said, this class is not recommended for people with little to no spice tolerance.
Classes typically run for two hours and include all dishes you and the chef prepare.
You’ll be offered a glass of wine and provided with water. You’re welcome to bring any beverage of your choice for the rest of the evening. Reserve a spot by calling us at 501-664-6900 or checking-out right here in our online store!
If you are part of a larger party, please let us know.
All ticket sales are final. Due to food prep, planning, different chefs and food costs, tickets cannot be transferred to any future classes. You may transfer your seat to someone else for the same date/class.
More about the Chefs:
Richelle Antipolo is part of the Angelica & Richelle duo that have worked and assisted at several of our cooking classes at Eggshells over the years. They specialize in Pan-Asian cuisine therefore have a penchant for introducing the dynamic and colorful flavors of the continent. Richelle lived in South Korea for a few years mastering the flavors of the county and is always eager for people to experience new flavors. Currently they do private catering here in Central Arkansas, including our classes at Eggshells.