Sunday February 24th: Dim Summit
During this time of year the cabin fever sets in. What is my coping mechanism you ask? Steamy buns. I’m wanting food rich in flavor that is warm and spicy, yet not too heavy. Bring on the dim sum. A selection of dumplings with dipping sauces, noodles, and a refreshing cucumber salad could be the perfect antidote to your February funk. Bring a partner, a friend, or come solo to see how Sweet Lime rocks her Dim Summit!
This class takes place in my (Jessica Bongard’s) home kitchen located in Jericho, VT. This class is all about taking it easy on ourselves during this cranky time of year. Soothe those rough edges with steamy dumplings, hot and mild condiments and silky flavorful noodles. And yes, I give Slow Food members a $5 in-hand cash discount at the beginning of class. Get yourself over here.
Two types of tea: Both loose leaf, a bright green tea and a Pu-erh.
Dim Sum Sampler-
Vegetarian Siu Mai: Red and white sticky rice with mushrooms
Gow Gee: Pork and chive dumplings
Gyoza (Potstickers): Ginger and shrimp with cilantro, cabbage and green onion
Sesame Peanut Noodles: Served at room temp
Spicy cucumber salad: A nice refreshing bite between dumplings and noodles.
We’ll also make a ginger vinegar sauce and a Thai sweet red chili sauce for dipping.
Want a few sneak peaks of the dishes before class? Check out Sweet Lime’s Facebook page for updates and view the dishes featured in previous classes.
What you’ll get
You’ll receive recipe packets complete with recipes and photos taken by yours truly. Don’t forget that because you are such a bad-ass foodie, you’ll want to join the largest food-based organization in the world! Thanks for supporting Good, Clean, and Fair Food with Slow Food Vermont!