Inviting you to think outside the (lunch) box

Learn how to make Bulgogi from scratch in this online cooking class.

Upgrade Your Lunch With Our Korean Cooking Demonstration

Chef Bomi Park will be leading us in an interactive, online cooking class, teaching us to make the perfect Bulgogi, the classic, Korean, grilled meat dish.

You’ll begin by preparing the marinade for your beef or pork with soy sauce, honey, finely chopped garlic, ginger, and green onion. Then you’ll slice carrots and onions and more green onion before stir-frying all the ingredients together and plating over rice.

  • The cooking class is fully interactive.
  • Chef accompanies you throughout the entire process.
  • Ask as many questions as you want!
  • We will provide the ingredients list and recipe ahead of time.
  • Prizes and gift cards to be given away throughout the event.
  • Share your cooking class photos with us online: #OEcookingclass
Location: Online
Date: May 20th, 11 AM CT

Join us for lunch

More Details

  • This will be a 40-minute lunchtime Korean cooking demonstration with Bomi Park of the St. Louis Mosaic Project (part of World Trade Center St. Louis) on Zoom on 5/20/2021 at 11 am.
  • The demonstration is free, and everyone will receive a copy of the recipe, and we encourage you to shop ahead of time for your ingredients and cook along with Bomi.
  • In addition to making a delicious meal, you’ll learn sustainable food preparation techniques and alternative uses for cooking byproducts normally thrown away while helping us recognize Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
  • Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 12th.
Location: Online
Date: May 20th, 11 AM CT

Join us for lunch

Greg Bussmann About the author: Greg Bussmann is a Marketing Specialist at Office Essentials. He is a lifelong, proud St. Louisan, a technology enthusiast, and father to four teenage daughters. He spends his spare time providing rides, chaperoning dates and trying to keep track of his credit cards. He also enjoys watching the St. Louis Cardinals when it’s his turn to use the remote. Email Greg anytime.