Thu, Feb 25 | Live Online Class

Lunar New Year Dumpling Fundraiser

Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Feb 25, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM PST
Live Online Class

About the Event

In the second April installment of Asian American Folk Traditions, Adrian will teach you two recipes that speak to building and securing healthy Blood.  Start off with a quick and easy tutorial on Baechu Kimchi (Korean Napa Cabbage Kimchi) and end with a warming bowl of Ochazuke, Japanese Tea Rice. During the cookalong, Adrian will be joined by his friend Vinita Laroia, Sonoma County-based yoga and meditation teacher and sound healer of Indian-American heritage. Join us in conversations on growing up Asian-American and reclaiming the connection between traditional Asian wellness practices & ancestral heritage.  This class follows up on the ingredients and theory from Erin’s All Blood Everything class on Saturday 4/10 and these classes can be purchased together at a discount.  

- This ticket only includes one class.

- The zoom meeting link will be sent out via confirmation email and 24 hours prior to class.

- A recording of the workshop will be sent out to all participants following the event (expires after 1 month).

- Please note that this is a community care class, not a professional development course.

- All sales are final.

- Adrian is a cook, food writer and 3rd generation Chinese-American.  After living mostly in Japan and other various countries in Asia for over a decade, he and his husband returned to Northern California in 2016 and found a small home in the redwood forests.  Since then, they have created Mori House (IG: @mori.house), a blog which follows their homestead-inspired and slow-living lifestyle, heavily inspired by the folk traditions of their respective ancestors and those of the countries they once called home.  Adrian is also known for his Asian-American cooking blog (IG: @mykitsunecafe) which was started as an exploration of his Asian heritage through food.  His favored hashtag #OurFoodByUs is meant as a statement of reclamation and an Asian-American rejection of the colonization of “Asian food” in White-dominated food culture. He also develops recipes for his friends at Radical Family Farm, the only QAAPI owned, regenerative Asian Heritage Vegetable Farm in Sonoma County and posts additional recipes on his website at www.mykitsunecafe.com.

* Asian American Folk Traditions: Ancestral Wisdom for Daily Life 2021

A series of seasonal wellness courses based on ancestral knowledge from the Asian-American hearth & home. Join Herbalist Erin Wilkins (@Herbfolkmedicine) and Cook & Food Writer Adrian Chang (@Mori.house/@MyKitsuneCafé) as they take you into a space where Asian ancestral wisdom intersects with Western upbringing and culture, and manifests itself as a unique perspective into natural, holistic & intentional living. Let Erin take you through a journey of exploring Traditional Chinese Medicine and its relation and benefits to body & mind. Follow Adrian into his home as together we learn nourishing seasonal recipes which speak to the depth and soul of what it means to be Asian-American in the kitchen.

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