Growing Gourmets Japanese Fusion Feast: 2 Day Camp

from €160.00

Growing Gourmets Japanese Fusion Feast: 2 Day Camp
Multi-Day Course
10.00 - 14:30

This Growing Gourmets summer camp (aged 11 - 16) has 2 days of brand new recipes for those who are looking to immerse themselves in an Asian feast!

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These 2 day courses (Friday & Saturday) are a perfect mini snapshot for those who only have a couple of days here or there to spare.

This course is where East meets West as we play around with an exciting range of dishes inspired by Japanese flavours and ingredients, all with a global twist. We'll tie everything together and get you into the full spirit of adventure as we square off our favourites to see which flavours reign supreme!

Think . . .  Californian roll versus sushi pizza, ramen versus soba noodles, karaage (aka deep-fried chicken) versus tempura! This is the battle of the best, where everyone comes away well-fed.

And yes, we'll be sure to include a few fun and unique Japanese summer sweet treats to complete each day.

Get your chopsticks ready!

Sample Menu

Sushi Rolls vs Sushi Pizza with unexpected fillings & toppings!
*spicy california bling futomaki
*miami-tropics uramaki
*smokin’ salmon, westcoast vibes
*bbq beef tataki, teriyaki vibes

Chicken-Loving Karaage vs  Veggie Garden Tempura vs
cool pickles
zesty salads

Seafood Yakisoba vs Tonkatsu Ramen!
stir-fried buckwheat noodles vs soupy noodles & crispy pork

Classic Sweets with a Twist!
cream puffs vs ice cream cake

Frequently asked questions

  • What do I need to bring?
  • Please bring the following to class with you:
    Apron
    Tea towel
    Water bottle
    Pen
    **Tupperware
    Sensible shoes!

    Aprons are available in our shop if you would like to purchase one from us.

    **While we are happy for customers to take some of what they make home after class eg. cookies, cakes and breads, we suggest caution around taking cooked meat and fish dishes off the premises due to the potential health and safety risks associated with unchilled foodstuffs. Transported and inadequately stored food items can lead to contamination and foodborne illness and you do so at your own risk, Dublin Cookery School takes no responsibility for food once it leaves the premises.

  • Should I eat something before I come?
  • Note that in all of our courses you will be eating the dishes you prepare in the hands-on session and everyone generally leaves us well-fed. Keep in mind that it takes time to whip up what we've planned and we recommend you eat something before you arrive at the school.

    All food cooked in the school is intended to be eaten on the premises. For health and safety reasons, no savoury or unapproved items may be taken home.

  • What level of cooking experience do I need?
  • The beauty of how we design all of our courses is that anyone of any level can join us and learn heaps. While someone new to the kitchen will find support as they maneuver through new techniques, the more seasoned cooks in our group will thrive on all the pointers we offer for further improvement. Our personalized approach allows for really healthy breathing space in terms of suitability because we always teach our course material in a layered way and we know how to quickly adapt to a moving room. Constant, open-ended learning is one of the things we love the most about being in the kitchen and our tutors' enthusiastic teaching style and patience is a testament to that.

  • Who typically takes this course?
  • We have both a wonderful community of regulars and constant stream of new students joining our classes. On any given course, you can expect a group of great diversity in both background and experience, many locals, and a good few travelers. What everyone seems to have in common though is that they are eager to eat and learn and be in good company.

  • What if I have a food allergy or dietary restrictions?
  • If you suffer from a severe nut, egg, dairy, seafood, wheat allergy or coeliac disease, please contact us before booking onto a course and we'll be able to confirm whether or not your specific course menu is adaptable. If we are able to accommodate, note that the changes will be made for the specific student in question but that the curriculum for other students will remain the same as the original. Please note that certain course themes may not be adaptable in order to stay true to the course theme and brief.

    When making a booking, be sure to highlight if your food allergy is life threatening and if it is, you must bring an Epi-pen. If your food allergy is airborne and severe or life threatening, due to the wide range of course themes and events that we host throughout the days and evenings, our environment is not safe for you and we regret that we cannot accept your booking. Please note that we are a busy school environment and while every care will be taken to provide a safe and enjoyable cooking experience for all students, the allergin(s) you are affected by may have been handled at some point previous to your arrival, there is always the risk of cross-contamination.

  • What if I can't make it to a course or dining event that I've booked?
  • Note that if you cannot make an Evening Course, Day Course, or Pop-Up Restaurant Night that you have booked, you are more than welcome to send someone in your place (16 years or older). There's no extra cost for this so just give us a buzz and let us know who to expect and we'll take good care of them. If this can't be arranged and you need to cancel your place, please take a look at our Terms and Conditions to see what rules apply to you. Multi-Day Courses (3-5 days in length) are reserved for the individual booked onto the course or a single attendee (eg. if you aren't able to attend certain days, someone else cannot be sent in your place on those days). For our full Terms & Conditions, go to https://dublincookeryschool.ie/terms.

  • Is there a discount to booking onto more than 1 course?
  • We don't offer a discount on multiple bookings but we do sometimes run spotlight sales on various courses. If you would like to stay abreast of these surprise sales, just sign up to our newsletter. You can find a link on our homepage!

  • Is there an age requirement?
  • All of our regular courses are designed for adults and our minimum age requirement for someone coming on their own is 16 years old. If your child is younger than this and you think that he or she would enjoy one of our regular courses, we'd love to have them on but they must be accompanied and booked with an adult. Please alert us within the comments section of your online booking if any of the above applies to the attendee; note that our course fees apply to each participant or attendee, regardless of age.

    Our Growing Gourmet Courses are for students only - Juniors (11-14 years of age) and Seniors (14-17 years of age).

  • Do you have courses geared towards TY students?
  • For TY students, we have a terrific 5 Day Course - 1 Week Essential Skills for TY Students - that provides a great curriculum for life skills experience. See our calendar for course details.

  • What is parking like in the area?
  • Metered parking can be found right outside the school Monday-Saturday from 8.00-19.00 and is available for €5 a day on the stretch from Brookfield Avenue up to the door of the cookery school, and on Sweetmans Avenue. Other spaces are available in the area on an hourly charge. Please resist from parking outside the houses on Brookfield Terrace and Brookfield Place. Please also don't park on the grass verges opposite the school or on the double yellow lines in the area. For more info, go to https://dublincookeryschool.ie/find-us.