Asian Food Week-Foods of Japan with Professor Sei Young Lee

Department: Center for Asian Studies

Date and Time: February 12, 2019 | 6:00 PM-7:30 PM

Event Location: Anteater Test Kitchen, Anteater Recreational Center

Event Details

oin Sei Young Lee as she shares how to make some of her favorite Japanese dishes.  Soft udon noodles in a savory broth with crunchy tempura will be served while Sei demonstrates the art of simple Japanese home cooking.  Participants will then get to join Sei in a hands-on sushi handroll making the session.  Learn the techniques of making sushi at home and impress your friends the next time you cook for them!  

Sei Lee is a Korean born Arizonian who enjoys cooking simple Korean-Japanese inspired dishes for everyday eats in her spare time. She currently teaches First-Year Writing (FYW) courses for the Composition program. Her research interests include literacy development of multilingual students and how such students navigate academia. She is additionally interested in issues of equity for underrepresented faculty in higher education and student evaluations of teaching (SET)s. Before teaching college writing, she taught Korean language courses at the University of Arizona. 같이 요리해 볼까요?  

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