4/5/2011 - Sushi Making Workshop At Bridgeton Library
Sushi Making Workshop
The Bridgeton Library will hold a Sushi Making Workshop for teens and adults on Tuesday, April 5th from 6 – 7:30 pm. The program will be taught by Keiko Warner and participants will learn how to make Maki Zushi and Nigiri Zushi.
Maki Zushi contains strips of fish or vegetables rolled in rice and wrapped in crisp, thin sheets of dried seaweed. There are many combinations that even the most timid can enjoy – smoked salmon, fresh crab, or shrimp.
Nigiri Zushi is a slice of fish (cooked or uncooked) pressed by hand onto a pad of rice. Nigiri Zushi contains a hint of Wasabi.
Registration is required for this free event.
The library is located at 150 E. Commerce Street in Bridgeton. For more information please call (856) 451-2620 or visit us www.bridgetonlibrary.org. Funded by a Community Development Block Grant.
Keiko Warner of Vineland (the instructor) and Chris Kelley of Bridgeton at a recent Sushi Making Workshop.