Bento is a boxed lunch with an assortment of ingredients arranged to be visually pleasing usually involves a combination of rice, a main dish, a few side dishes, and pickles. Bento is a portable meal, so all the food is designed to be enjoyed at room temperature. Learn some popular bento recipes and pack your own to show off your creation!
Fall is the season of the harvest, and it’s also known as in the term “Autumn Appetite” in Japan. I selected some seasonal ingredients such as mushrooms, eggplant, and pumpkin, to create a delicious and beautiful fall bento for everyone to celebrate the beginning of the harvest season and satisfy her Autumn Appetite!
- Tori Kinoko Gohan (mushroom and chicken rice),
- Nasu Miso Itame (pan fried eggplant in sweet miso sauce),
- Tamagoyaki (rolled omelete),
- Yasai Nimono (assortment of braised seasonal vegetables),
- Daikon and Kyuri Aemono (fresh daikon and cucumber with spicy vinegraitte)
About Chef Kanako:
Kanako’s passions are authentic home cooking from my native Japan and helping people discover and enjoy its simple beauty, seasonality and practicality. For over ten years she have enjoyed teaching Japanese home cooking classes at PCC Cooks and clients’ homes, preparing bento box lunches and dinners, designing recipes and menus, and catering events small and large for a variety of occasions.
Class limit: 14-16
Special 10% cooking-class discount on all store purchases the night of the class.
Copies of recipes included