Do you like Chinese and Portuguese food? Are you intrigued by an East-West fusion cuisine that dates back to the 1600′s? Are you simply a huge fan of pork?
I’m teaching a Cuisine of Macau class next Thursday, March 3, from 6 to 10pm at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York that is fully hands-on and will leave you stuffed, with plenty of leftovers to spare. Classes at ICE usually sell out quickly, but you can still sign up for this class on the ICE website or by calling (800) 522-4610.
We’ll be cooking seven dishes, including Tamarind Pork, Macanese Feijoada, Chili Curry Prawns, Eggplant Sambal, and Stir-fried Duck with Lychees. Our pork order alone includes pork shoulder, pork belly, Portuguese sausage, minced pork, and smoked bacon. So come join us! There’s no sense in just reading this blog post and salivating.