Food, Film and Friends (with Electric Shadows)
Global Cuisine and World Cinema, Sunday Jan 19
The ultimate food and family film. Ang Lee’s 1994 ode to family and good food is set in Taipei and revolves around an aging master chef and the love lives of his three adult, but unmarried, daughters. Bursting with the director’s trademark combination of warmth and grace, this is certainly Lee’s least-viewed masterpiece. A serious warning: do not come to this screening if you are at all hungry. You won’t make it through the opening credits.
The good news is, we will have a delectable Taiwanese cooking class just before the screening. Join Chef Sue as she brings you on a culinary voyage across the Taiwanese Straight, where we will explore a cuisine with undeniable Mainland roots, yet with its own unique characteristics. Delicious Taiwanese cuisine followed by a sumptuous cinematic feast for the eyes and ears.
Click here to register for the Sunday, January 19th cooking class and screening. PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE. Cooking class starts at 11:00, the screening at 1:30. Screenings are open to those who don’t wish to participate in the class (fees and starting times below), but registration is greatly encouraged as seating is limited.
The Hutong’s Chinese Kitchen series is designed to teach you the basics and beyond. Each of our cooking workshops covers wok and cutting techniques, tips on how to combine spices and provides the Chinese names of ingredients. You’ll learn how to make best use of fresh seasonal produce and prepare balanced Chinese meals for you, your friends and family. Take a gastronomic tour of China’s regions in our Chinese Kitchen. Only at The Hutong. Sharing Culture. Sharing Knowledge.
Cooking Class + Screening, 11:00am; 249 RMB, 199 for members + 1 RMB lolly bill (click here to find out more).
Screening Only, 1:30pm; 35RMB