"In Japan your education never ends. In 2012 I was introduced to a nigiri hand technique that takes 20 years to master I think that is fascinating" - Zoë Escher

Zoë Escher is a passionate Japanese trained sushi chef & Sake Sommelier who loves authentic Japanese food and European food. Zoë has created various cooking classes which take the attendees on a gastronomic journey in authentic Japanese cuisine and Europan cuisine.

Zoë is also a regular writer on the Danish women's site Kvindetid where she shares her knowledge and experience.

In Denmark Zoë is a respected chef.

February 2016: Zoë held the official opening speech and opened the fair Formland Spring 2016 in Messecenter Herning in Denmark. At the opening of the fair there were 49 people from the press, 20 VIP and 271 exhibitors.
2015: Zoë has made sushi and Japanese dishes as private dining at home of US ambassador in Denmark Rufus Gifford.
2013: Rated as Denmark's sushi expert no. 1 by gourmet supermarket chain Irma. Zoë was also guest judget at Masterchef Denmark season 3. Zoë has made sushi and Japanese dishes as staff food to the 3 star Michelin restaurant Geranium.

Zoë is known from Danish magazines and TV such as Copenhagen Food, ALT for Damerne, Berlingske, Femina, IN, Mad & Bolig, TV3 and the consumer council magazine “THINK”.

Japanese noodle soup for beginners

Japanese noodle soup for beginners is a course for people who want to learn how to make the Japanese preferred eating the noodle soup ramen. You learn how to make healthy and tasty noodle soups that match a busy day. You get to know the Japanese ingredients used to make a Japanese noodle soup from scratch. You learn about which noodles are best suited for the different soups. You learn to make 2 tasty and h ...

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This is way the weather affects cooking of the rice?

The weather does always affect food preparation. Cooking sushi rice is precision work and therefore I give more attention to the small details such as the how the weather affects the boiling of sushi rice. You use significantly less water when cooking sushi rice compared to ordinary rice that is reason why the smallest details becomes visible. Depending on whether it snow, rains heavily or if it is a hot su ...

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