Chinese Dumplings- "Taste Test" Series with LTH Forum!

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Join us for our "Taste Test" series with LTH Forum!

Class topic: Chinese Dumplings

The most important part of Chinese Dumplings is in the gathering of family. Traditionally, Chinese Dumplings are made together as a family. Members across the family participate- young, old, male, female, near, far. The warmth of the dumplings travels through the body, bringing warmth to the heart in the winter. This tradition stems from the North of Mainland China, but nowadays it has spread to Chinese people from all parts of China.

In this hands-on class, we'll learn how to make the stuffing that will go inside your dumplings (vegan options included), and how to shape and cook the dumplings. Then we'll all sit down together as a community "family" to enjoy our hand-crafted meal!

This hands-on class is BYOB.

Minimum age

All ages welcome

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Dong is a native of Shanghai who has now lived in the U.S. for 24 years. She has been working as a professional Pastry Cook and Sous Chef for over eight years. Dong began as a Pastry Cook at the Sheraton Hotel and Viand in Chicago's Marriott Hotel before attending The French Pastry School in 2007. She became a Sous Chef in Mainland China in 2010.

Now, Dong lives in Chicago with her two children, Lachlan and Sophia, whom are subjects of her artwork. Dong's love for art of all kinds stems from a family of well known film directors and painters. She has also received a degree in Acupressure. Her passion for health has lead her to creating healthy version of foods of all kinds. Her passion for art has lead to her culinary degree and photography career as well as her newfound love of painting. Please enjoy the art! Bon Appetite!

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