The Language of Chinese Food | April 16

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The Language of Chinese Food | April 16


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The Language of Chinese Food – Sweet and Sour Chicken

If you love Chinese food but don’t live in China, chances are you’ve tried this dish before. Meaning, it’s actually more Western than Chinese! But really, who doesn’t love crispy fried chicken with that classic sweet and sour combo? Your everyday grocery store should have everything you need for this recipe so you can practice it at home after our workshop — along with your new Mandarin vocabulary that will help you make this meal. The basics are chicken, cornstarch, flour, white pepper,  lemons, ketchup, and some rice cooking wine.

We will meet Sunday, April 16 from 4:30-6:30pm. Please sign up by April 12th. Space is limited to 6 people. You can sign up online or email and we will be happy to help you.

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Yu Teshima
Yu Teshima Instructor
I graduated with a degree in law in China before moving to Bend, Oregon in 2005. Upon moving to Oregon, I started teaching Mandarin to both young children and adults. Teaching has now been my profession for the last 14 years. The saying, “Being a teacher means being a good teacher,” has become part of my nature. I love teaching my native language to people and working with them on a daily basis. I like to make language learning fun and I hope to meet you soon!



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