Make Japanese Dumplings and a Cucumber Salad

4.80 (5)

What you'll do

Learn to make Pan-Seared Japanese Dumplings (Gyoza) and Marinated Soy Cucumber Salad.

During this 90-minute class, you'll watch and cook with pro chefs who will guide you through the entire meal from prep to finish. Your chef instructor will have two cameras, so you will have a clear view as they are demonstrating the recipe techniques. Another chef will be there to answer questions as you cook along at home.

Choose from all-included ingredient delivery, or class-only with a shopping list that guests can use to purchase their own ingredients. Ingredient kits serve 2 people and include all the ingredients you need, except for salt and pepper.

Kit includes:
- Soy sauce
- Rice vinegar
- Cabbage
- ground pork
- ginger
- garlic
- sesame oil
- cornstarch
- gyoza wrappers
- neutral oil
- cucumber
- scallions
- chili oil

Our recipe and ingredient kits can be customized for vegans, vegetarians, and guests with gluten-free or dairy-free diets.

About us:
We’re a woman-owned business founded in 2019, proudly based in Charleston, SC.


Class Only

All group sizes • 1.5 hr


Learn to make Pan-Seared Gyoza Dumplings and Marinated Soy Cucumber Salad from two pro chefs. Guests receive a shopping list that they can use to purchase their own ingredients.


$350 minimum

no delivery involved

Class + Ingredient Delivery

All group sizes • 1.5 hr • Kit delivery


Learn to make Pan-Seared Gyoza Dumplings and Marinated Soy Cucumber Salad from two pro chefs. Ingredient kit serves 2 people, and includes all the ingredients you need.


$1,650 minimum

includes shipping cost

Delivery information

For our all-included option with ingredient delivery, we can ship within the US, and US delivery is included in the price. Ingredient kits are delivered 1-5 days before the event via Whole Foods, Amazon Fresh, or Instacart.

International guests can join as class-only with a shopping list.

How to join

This is a virtual event.

A Zoom link is provided by default in your confirmation email, but you can use other video conferencing software if you prefer.

What to bring

Bring your kit, or the items from the provided shopping list, if you are doing class-only, plus:
- sugar
- salt and pepper

Kitchen equipment and supplies:
- food processor
- lidded 10-Inch nonstick pan or a well-seasoned carbon - steel pan
- large bowl
- small bowl
- rimmed sheet pan
- sieve set over a large bowl
- colander
- measuring cups and spoons
- whisk
- spoon
- salad bowl
- kitchen towel
- paper towels

All reviews


(5 reviews)




Overall very enjoyable. I would have preferred the printed recipe better match the live instructions, especially w.r.t. quantities. Also, the quantities were sometimes very oddly specified. For example, "1/2 tbsp plus 1/2 tsp" – since a tablespoon is three teaspoons, that adds up to 1.5 tsp + 0.5 tsp = 2 tsp. Why not just say that instead of asking people to eyeball half a tablespoon?

My only other comment is that the resulting dish is quite salty. I almost wonder if it would make sense to halve the recipe? It would still make enough for a whole family to share.




I had such a great time and the meal was delicious. I had zero cooking confidence going into this and I left feeling incredibly proud of my meal. I can’t wait to try this again for the family!




It was great, fun and very informative, I learn a lot.




We all had a great time! We had a lot of fun, the meal was delicious, and the Chef Instructors were both great at checking in with the team and giving instruction.



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