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|제목||Filipino Cuisine Cooking Class|
|In celebration of the “Buwan ng Wika” (Philippines’ National Language Month), Philippine Women’s Club (PWC) invites everyone to join them in learning about Filipino culture through food. On Thursday, August 29th, from 10:00am to 12:00pm, PWC members will be teaching us how to cook two popular Filipino dishes: chicken adobo and pork lumpia.
“Adobo” is a popular Filipino dish. It is usually made of a type of meat and marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and black peppercorns. It is browned in oil and simmered in its marinade. Although adobo can be cooked using other types of meat like pork, seafood, etc., for this class, we will be using chicken.
“Lumpia” is a fried spring roll. While it originated from China, “Lumpiang Shanghai,” (as Filipinos would call it) has been a staple in many Filipino traditions. Lumpia is a savory snack made of very thin crepe that envelopes a mixture of fillings consisting of ground pork, vegetables, etc.
The fee for this class is 15,000won (per participant, for the 2 dishes). All proceeds will be given to Talk to Me, an organization that helps marriage immigrants to adapt in Korean society. *Pre-registration & pre-payment for this class is required*
To join, email us your name, nationality, phone number and email address