19 January 2019 (Saturday)
2:00pm – 5:00pm
H504, Hollywood – Taste Library
Members $350/ Non-members $450
+852 3481 3998
The Hakka clan were one of the earliest to migrate to Hong Kong, steeping the city with their delicious traditions. In advocating and celebrating the origins of our ethnic cuisines, PMQ Taste Library and Academy for Sustainable Communities collaborate to present Village-to-table DIY Series: Hakka Pickled Greens. For this event, we have invited a resident of Lai Chi Wo Village to teach us how to make authentic pickled greens from the freshest vegetables. Aside from learning the rich heritage behind the flavours of Hakka-style pickles, representatives of Lai Chi Wo Village and Taste Library curator Andy will also demonstrate an innovative recipe to cast Hakka pickled greens in the spotlight. Join us for a fun workshop and discover the creative cooking possibilities of homegrown produce.
*Participants may take home a jar of Hakka pickled greens.
Language: Conducted mainly in Cantonese
*** Please be advised that photographs and video footage will be taken at the event for use the images in print, digital or web-based formats for promotional and archival purposes. By entering this event, you consent to PMQ Taste Library photographing and using your image and likeness. If you do not wish to have us using your image, please notify our staff.
Limited seats available, prior registration required!