Taiwanese Please: Bubble Tea and Snacks

Invented in Southern Taiwan in the 1980's zhēnzhū nǎichá or Bubble/Pearl Milk Tea is a popular drink both here and abroad. In Taiwan, it is hard to venture any distance without coming across a shop selling this ubiquitious beverage or a person drinking one. There are many possible ingredients that can be added your drink, tapioca balls or pearls being one of the most common. In this class we will learn how to make our own zhēnzhū nǎichá with good quality tea and hand-rolled pearls. Although it is nearly a meal in itself, it is quite popular to also have a small snack along with one's tea, so Ivy will also prepare two popular Taiwan small eats: Noodles with Minced Pork and a Cucumber Salad. This is a true Taiwanese foodie experience--and lots of fun too! This is a great class for teens and kids (16 and older may attend on their own; children 10-15 require an adult to accompany them in the class).

Instructor: Ivy Chen

Online pre-registration closes the Monday before the cooking class begins!
If you are interested in the class after this deadline, please contact The Center.

When
July 10th, 2020 10:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
Location
The Center
No. 25, Lane 290, Zhong Shan North Rd., Sec. 6
台北市中山北路六段290巷25號一樓
Taipei,
Taiwan
Contact
Phone: 0228368134
Email:
Event Fee(s)
Cooking Class NT$ 1,200.00

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