Jan Jorgenson: The treasure of Nevada City are our living masters
May 18, 2017
Our community is filled with artists, authors and musicians. We have more artists per capita than most places and what does this mean?
We have rich diversity to explore with each other … cultures, nature, painting,making music, becoming a broadcaster on KVMR. It's a long list. So close, so easy and fun. Today I experienced something I have always wanted to explore. Making sushi!
Hiroko Kurosaki Greenburg is a Master Asian Chef now teaching at BriarPath Coop Cooking School. She artfully inspired six students to create spectacular sushi in under two hours that was colorful, delicious and healthy to eat. A true chef, her specialty is preparing monk style vegetarian food and she has created six course meals for special guests at the Mountain Temple Gallery. She and her husband MJ GreenMountain host events at their new venue. If you ever have wanted to experience the relaxing ways of Asian tea preparation and healthy eating we have living treasures here in our own town providing retreats and cooking classes.
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