The Flavors of Southeast Asia: Homemade Sauces
with Lisa Murphy of Sosu Sauces
Tuesday, October 15, 6:30-9:00PM
$45 for 18 Reasons members; $55 for the general public
Galangal, turmeric, lemongrass: three very special ingredients so often overlooked in the American home kitchen. We hope to change that!
In this 2.5 hour workshop, Lisa Murphy of Sosu Sauces will give the confidence to explore these exotic flavors by sharing her special method for preparing a wide range of deeply flavored sauces, all inspired and informed by her travels throughout Southeast Asia. She will lead you through the process of tweaking and tasting your way to delicious homemade sauce that you can call your own. And as she guides your exploration, she will explain the history and process of ketchup ("kechiap") making and share stories (and photos) of her culinary journeys.
This class includes a simple, but delicious dinner, which serves as the perfect foil for the just crafted sauces:
steamed rice, smoked fish, soft farm egg, shaved radish, gem lettuce, fresh herbs + sprouts
We will make sure there is more than enough for each guest to bring home a jar of something special so please bring a 4-8oz container with you.
About the instructor
Lisa Murphy is the co-founder and Chief Sauce Maker at Sosu Sauces. She works closely with suppliers, farmers, and consumers to create and promote tasty, healthy, and wildly creative sauces. She is sometimes referred to as "Ketchup lady" or "Saucy Lady." Before launching Sosu, Lisa worked at a high-tech startup company, managing the sales and marketing efforts. Lisa loves technology, runs triathlons, and is always in the kitchen cooking. Her most memorable experience is spending a month in Cambodia teaching English in a rural village.
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