Jenny Lee, who teaches Korean cooking classes, is having a pop-up dinner as Kiuda at Amilinda on Monday, March 6 at 6 pm. Kiuda means “nourish” in Korean. Cooks nourish others with food. She characterizes her food as Korean American, a mixture of growing up in Wisconsin and eating her mother’s Korean food every day. Kiuda, pronounced [kee-oo-dah], also means to take care of children, pets and/or plants. Students know Lee as the chef-owner of Perilla Kitchen. She teaches cooking classes for local recreation departments and does private and corporate team-building classes.
Smoked pork kimchi stew
Smoked tofu stew (vegan)
Bulgogi (Korean BBQ beef)
Korean potato salad
Cabbage slaw with a Korean-style vinaigrette
Seasoned sesame vegetables
Napa Cabbage kimchi
Patbingsu bar (Korean shaved ice dessert with fruit and sweet red beans)
This meal will be gluten-free and dairy free. Soy and sesame allergies cannot be accommodated. Any kimchi dish has salted shrimp as an ingredient. Vegan and vegetarian guests can enjoy the smoked tofu stew, cabbage slaw, seasoned sesame vegetables, rice and desserts. The Korean potato salad is vegetarian with eggs as an ingredient. Guests who eat halal can choose the smoked tofu stew or request halal bulgogi a week before the event. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions about ingredients.
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