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Fall in to Food

Art, food and tradition intersect for a series of cooking classes, tastings and lunches

A couple of years ago ShareYourTable.com was started with the idea of being a community gathering spot celebrating Hawaii’s diverse and delicious flavors. From stories on Chinese New Year foods to videos on making Korean jun, SYT is a heartfelt effort to engage people via one of our most basic needs loves — food. We all need to eat!

We’ve been on hiatus for a while, but starting this holiday season we’ll have new stories to share along with a series of a “live table” events.

Dishes
Fall in to Food, a three-part series, is the first of our live table events and starts off on Oct. 18 with 3 @ the table curated by noted SF restaurant designer and architect Wendy Tsuji. Inspired by a project she did with Michael Mina and Bay Area potters, Hawaii born Tsuji gathered local chefs, potters and farmers to collaborate on the pieces created for this show. Tsuji's vision in designing this project was to increase interaction between the restaurant and hospitality industry and Hawaii artisans.

Spices
The two other Fall in to Food live table events are Saturday lunch and learn classes. Street and Spicy on November 10th features chef Lance Kosaka of Café Julia demonstrating his interpretation of three Asian street food classics and a lunch served family style.

Fall in to Food concludes with Spirit and Symbol on December 8th. Japanese New Year or Shogatsu is the most auspicious holiday in Japan and the foods prepared for this day symbolize good fortune and health for the coming year. Learn about the meaning and tradition behind Japanese New Year and how to prepare several lucky foods. The class will conclude with lunch.

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