Last month, I joined Maya Kitchen’s Culinary Elite Series featuring XO46 Heritage Bistro specialties. It was truly an educational experience that I would love to have that opportunity to join again.
For July, the featured chef is Seiji Kamura, a Japanese chef that hosts lifestyle classes on Japanese cooking & knife skills at Maya Kitchen. Chef Seiji Kamura authored a couple of Maya Kitchen cookbooks as well. He has been living in the Philippines for over 20 years and has been generous in sharing Japan’s authentic cuisine with us Filipinos 🙂
Chef Seiji Kamura attended the Tokyo Cooking Academy and trained in Lyons, France. He has done two cookbooks in tandem with The Maya Kitchen entitled Japanese Cookbook for Filipino and Secrets of Japanese Cooking.
On June 27 (saturday), Chef Seiji Kamura will be demonstrating Japanese dishes at the Maya Kitchen.
The list of dishes to be cooked are the ff.:
- Salmon Tataki – quick seared, rare fillet of salmon.
- Seiro Mushi – steamed-in-bamboo-box beef and pork with mixed vegetables
- Bulalo Ramen – beef shank and marrow bone stew with Japanese ramen noodles.
- Sake Manjyu – buns made with Japanese rice wine with bean paste filling.
I’m excited to be able to see Chef Seiji Kamura in action! And I’m more excited to learn and taste the unique Japanese dishes he will make! I will share my learnings with all of you just as I did in last month’s Maya Kitchen’s Culinary Elite Series.
If you’re free this saturday (June 27) from 9AM to 1PM and want to join the cooking demo, you can contact Maya Kitchen at the ff.:
- email: email@example.com
- facebook: leave a message on Facebook.com/MayaKitchen
- phone: +63-2-8925011 local 108 or +63-2-8921185
The class costs around Php 1,500.
The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center
8F Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City, Philippines
+63-2-8921185 / +63-2892-5011 local 108