A first on national television! It’s called Onigirazu (Korean version – Samgak) and Chef Sang teaches the participants in our most popular sushi workshop, Making Makimonos, how to make it too!
Watch the segment HERE so you can see why it’s going to be the Next Big Thing in North American sushi.
These classes are limited seating only and sell-out very quickly, so book now! These two classes will be the only ones until Winter 2018. For more information click here.
Working with children in high-risk, low-income neighbourhoods is the raison d’être of Sushi Making For The Soul. It was founded by Chef Sang to raise awareness around childhood poverty in the GTA, as well as meaningfully engage children in the basics of culturally-relevant food literacy. Making sushi in a class environment was the vehicle to get the message out. During the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, Chef Sang will conduct four workshops with children from Toronto’s Regent Park and Moss Park neighbourhoods. Each workshop will teach children how to make a healthy Korean dish on a tight budget, as well as discuss issues around food waste.
Click here to learn more about these workshops.
This is an incredibly fun video of Chef Sang and Veronica assembling a gargantuan spicy salmon roll! It is simple to make and delicious, a party activity. Also, if you want to know how Chef Sang prepares his (no-longer-secret) sushi rice, the one he uses in his classes, watch this video.
To inaugurate the opening day of the Winter Olympics 2018 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Watch the segment here.