Family Style Series: Onigiri
Monday, February 8 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
In this interactive, virtual cooking class, Marianne Tshihamba serves up dishes inspired by her travels — family style. This time the featured dish brings us to Japan! Onigiri, also known as rice balls, is a popular Japanese comfort food often found at convenience stores. Onigiri is made from steamed rice that’s been shaped into a triangular or ball shape, wrapped with nori or seaweed, and then stuffed with an assortment of fillings such as tuna and mayo. It’s more important than ever to sit down with your family and share stories over delicious meals, and Marianne will show you how to accomplish this Japanese inspired family meal in an hour. Here’s to more adventures at home.
Following the events, all ticket holders will receive a link to a recording of the class.
Marianne Tshihamba has traveled the world pursuing new flavors and demystifying unfamiliar ingredients. Here in the Washington area, she has scouted the countless international grocery stores that stock their shelves with a wide range of products to serve the needs of our diverse community. Good food knows no boundaries or borders.