China is the birthplace of noodles, and pulling them by hand was the traditional way before machines arrived. Biangbiang mian are wide, hand-pulled noodles that are an approachable way of making hand pulled noodles at home. Practice makes perfect, and Michelle Nguyen will get you started in this workshop! On the menu: Biang Biang-style hand-pulled noodles with pork, summer greens, chickpeas, and chili oil in a savory broth.
This is a live, hands-on cooking class held in your kitchen via Zoom. Michelle will be teaching you how to prepare each recipe, with a Class Lead supporting you throughout. Class is meant to be as interactive as it would be at our table, and we are keeping class sizes small to help facilitate this. Our online classes are great for groups, so each ticket is for one screen, with recipes designed for four servings. All classes are listed in Pacific Standard Time. This class is a fundraiser for The Loveland Foundation, an organization that was hand picked by Michelle for their work towards providing financial assistance to Black women and girls nationally seeking therapy.
Please click here for information about the ingredients you’ll need, a list of suggested equipment, and recommendations from the chef about what to prepare ahead of time. Each menu item feeds four people.
Don’t feel like shopping? There is an option to include an ingredients kit for your class, where we’ll prep all the necessary ingredients, and all you have to do is pick it up from our garden the day before class. If you would like an ingredients kit, please add both the class and the kit to your shopping cart. Please be sure that you select the same date for your ingredient kit and class! If you are already registered for this class and would like to purchase an ingredients kit, please send us an email, up to one week before class.
Two days before class we will email everyone the detailed recipe packet and a Zoom link. Your ingredient kit can be picked up between 10-7pm the day before your class.