Slow Food Brisbane invites you to:
A taste of Japan: Artisan Yuba noodles, “umami” and a virtual slow tour of restaurants and destinations”
7.00 pm, Thursday, May 25 at St Paschal’s Church Hall, 30 Warraba Avenue, Wavell Heights, Brisbane.
Slow food Japanese style* promises to be a wonderful chance to understand more of the artisan, traditional and typical foods of Japan and explore the sixth sense “umami”.
Kyoto delights featuring Yuba Ancient soybean “artisan” craft with Mary-Anne Fraser who will talk about her recent food trip to Japan where the highlight was a visit to a Yuba Factory in Kyoto. This ancient craft involves making a “noodle” from soybeans. Mary-Anne was very fortunate to have been able to spend time with people who are carrying on this ancient craft. In addition Cecilia and Kerry Lanza (Slow Food Brisbane members) will speak to us about the ease and joy of travelling and eating in Japan. It is a country whose food traditions make adhering to the Slow Food philosophy both simple and satisfyingly tasty as well as supplying a myriad of great destinations to visit.
A light delicious Japanese supper will follow the talk with a glass of wine.
Cost: Members $25: Non members $30.
Payment: Slow Food Brisbane: Bendigo Bank: Acct: 144743507 BSB: 633 000. Please put your name in the reference field. Bookings are essential and pre payment is necessary. RSVP: 18th May to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Giacomo Mojoli,: I want to spread the motto ‘cultivate cities’…It’s about applying countryside values to urban life…We need to take more time over fundamental daily activities such as when we make tea or cook dinner…We should be more conscious of seasons and seasonal food…