Join us Tuesday, March 12 from 6:00-8:00 pm for a cooking class with Richelle Antipolo.
In Japan, when you come home you say “tadaima,” which means “I’m home.” There is more to Japanese food than just sushi and ramen—Tadaima will be a series by chef Richelle welcoming you to the world of Japanese home cooking. Tonight, we will learn the art of Teishoku known as healthy set meals.
Set meals includes rice, soup, a main dish, and a side dish. The menu will be vegetarian, and it will include steamed rice, nasudengaku, tamagoyaki, miso soup, and gomaae.
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 Chef:
Richelle Antipolo has worked and assisted at several of our cooking classes at Eggshells over the years. Richelle specializes in Pan-Asian cuisine, therefore has penchant for introducing the dynamic and colorful flavors of the continent. Richelle was born in the Philippines, lived in South Korea for a few years mastering their flavors and is the daughter of the first and longest practicing sushi chef in Arkansas. Currently, she does private catering and classes here in Central Arkansas, including our classes at eggshells.