Taught by native from Beijing China, participants will have the opportunity to learn about traditional Chinese food culture and cooking techniques. Best part, we will be eating dumplings that you made!
In this 2 hours lesson. we’ll learn, cook and eat dumplings in a fun and causal environment!
-Learn how to make traditional Chinese dumplings 3 different ways
-All the equipment and ingredients will be provided.
-Both meat and vegetarian fillings will be provided
-No experience is required!
2-12 people per class.
Group rates and private sessions available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our class is on the 6th floor of 399 Boylston St, Boston MA
A 100% refund, less a $10 service fee, will be given if the refund is asked no later than 7 days before the class. No refunds will be issued otherwise, unless the class is canceled by Boston Bonbon. In this event, 100% of the class cost and fees will be refunded.
Whats is the significance of dumplings?
In China, at the Chinese New Year or other family occasions, the older generation would get together to make dumplings and the kids would run around and watch how to make dumplings. At dinner time, the whole family would then sit together to eat the dumplings. Making dumplings is a beautiful way to connect family and friends!