As some of you may know, I have been working at the Korean Food Festival at Chinatown Point demonstrating Korean cooking for the last week. Last Saturday, we got on stage and made a huge batch of bibimbap in a massive cauldron – big enough to feed 300 people!
I have been invited again by the organiser to demonstrate Korean cooking at the next event which will be held in November at Suntec. I will keep you posted on this event soon!
I am happy to announce that my first bibimbap class was a success. Four lovely ladies cooked bibimbap, soy bean sprout soup and cucumber salad (aka, oyi muchim). My aim for the class was to make sure everyone learnt different Korean ingredients, enjoyed the dishes they cooked and most of all have fun.
Teaching a hands on class is always great, because you see different cooking style of each participant. One of the students was very particular in slicing the cucumber for her salad – paper thin!!
Everyone had their chance to add their own little touch to each of the dishes and at the end we licked the bowls clean! I served up my homemade kimchi and kkaduki as well for everyone to try and it was well received!