A FREE Class with Josey Chu, Creator of Madame Chu's Asian Delicacies
Back by popular demand! In October, Josey Chu, the creator of Madame Chu's Asian Delicacies, wow-ed cooking class attendees with her Ginger Garlic Scallion Chicken and Rice or Tofu and Rice recipe. On February 24, she returns to the Co-op for another cooking class. In this lively, entertaining one-hour class, she'll demonstrate how to prepare Gado Gado. Josey describes it as a super-easy, no-frill recipe perfect for college students, busy parents and anyone with busy life.
This class will be offered in the Co-op Community Room.
- The Community Room is located in the southeast corner of the Brio Building.
- You can reach the Community Room by walking into the Co-op, through the Produce Aisle and turning down the hallway to the right. (Complete directions will be provided in your RSVP confirmation email.)
- The room features floor-to-ceiling windows, with views of Jackson Street to the Riverwalk. It is a comfortable space, bathed in natural light, making it a perfect place for trying a new class.
- Four family-style bathrooms are located conveniently nearby.
Everyone is welcome!
This event is open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend this event. To RSVP, please complete the form below.
We hope you can join us for this special event!
About Josey Chu
Josey Chu is a Singaporean native who graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison and currently lives in Sun Prairie, Wis. The taste of her native Singapore has always been her comfort foods. She has been cooking and sharing her traditional Southeast Asian cuisine with her family and friends for decades. Based on rave reviews, Josey finally decided to produce and share the flavors of her grandmother’s recipes by recreating a collection of sauces and pastes. For more information, visit Madame Chu | Southeast Asian Condiments | Sambal (madame-chu.com)