I’m thrilled Casa Vinicola Zonin USA will host my Wok Star cooking class at their spectacular Miami penthouse loft for a series of three exclusive Art of Wok Cooking Classes that will pair fine Italian wines with Asian cuisine.
On August 21, October 23, and December 18 from 6:30-9:30pm, I will demonstrate my signature no-recipe approach, combining fresh ingredients and only 4 seasonings to create mouthwatering dishes that are simple and healthy. Each class will be a very intimate affair with only 12 guests at $65 per person who will experience this magical event.
The focus of this collaboration is to demonstrate how well Italian wines transcend into any cuisine. So, pairing wines with my Asian cuisine was a perfect challenge to showcase three different wine growing regions in Italy. My scrumptious Rainbow Lettuce Wrap appetizer paired with Zonin Prosecco and Fiji Water will wow guests as they arrive. Next served will be a delicate Shrimp with Baby Bok Choy and Maritake Mushroom which will pair nicely with Masseria Altemura Fiano or Rocca di Montemassi Calasole. My last dish, Tilapia in a Spicy Brown Bean Sauce will be a perfect complement to Castello d’Albola Chianti Classico.
I provide fun and creative cooking tutorials, which give established cooks and novices alike everything they need to cook like a Wok Star. Students will experiment with new flavors and Asian cutting techniques, learn how to mix and match vegetables and proteins for quick one-dish dinners, and receive a handy step-by-step visual roadmap I designed. Guests will also take home a mini Zonin Prosecco as a gift from Casa Vinicola Zonin as well as Giveaways from premium sponsors.
Wok cooking is perfect for crafting simple weeknight dinners with little clean up. My mission is to share my knowledge and love of wok cooking so that anyone can be a Wok Star no matter if they have a busy lifestyle or need to adapt their cooking to their diet. My unique Wok Star Kit includes everything one would need to start practicing their new wok skills at home or at a tailgate party!
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About Casa Vinicola Zonin USA, Inc
Casa Vinicola Zonin S.p.A. in Italy wholly owns Casa Vinicola Zonin USA; a company of seven generations of winemakers with nine estates located in the seven most prestigious wine growing areas in Italy. It is the largest privately family owned winery in Italy. Each winery is dedicated to its own traditional wines and styles. In Miami, Casa Vinicola Zonin produces monthly wine pairings and tastings by restaurant chefs in downtown’s Miami Culinary Institute and invite gourmands, oenophiles, media and food bloggers to experience Italian Culinary Experience (ICE.)
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About Wok Star Eleanor Hoh
Eleanor Hoh is a Wok Star, entrepreneur, cooking teacher, blogger and presenter. What she enjoys most is sharing her knowledge and love of wok cooking she learned from her mother. Hoh’s mission is to show anyone can be a Wok Star when they have all the right elements i.e. right wok, technique, heat and quality ingredients and that’s why she put together a Wok Star Kit to help people succeed.
She has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, PlumTV and Fox & Friends as spokesperson for Tiger Beer promoting their Chili Crab Festival. Numerous premium brands sponsor her cooking events and Wok Star Kit including Fiji Water and Casa Vinicola Zonin. Media mentions include Eating Well magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald and recently New Times voted her Top Five Cooking Classes in Miami. She’s always encouraging folks to cook ethnic dishes in their woks which led to Associated Press commissioning her to write an article,”Asian techniques meet Hispanic ingredients” which was published worldwide.
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