Chinese New Year Celebration
Free Chinese New Year Virtual Cook Along
What better way to celebrate Chinese New Year and welcome in the Year of the Tiger than by participating in this fun, virtual cooking experience with your family or house mates.
This is an interactive online cooking session with a full demonstration walking you through all aspects of the techniques required to prepare and cook Lion Head Meatball Casserole.
Large pork meatballs that are braised and served with vegetables. Their name derives from their shape, which resembles the head of a Chinese guardian lion. It can be eaten any time of year, but is often served as a celebration dish.
Dietary options: Can be made gluten free, vegan, halal and kosher.
Skill level: Beginner to intermediate, Shopping: Local supermarket, No specialist equipment required. Spice pack: Chinese 5 Spice. A free spice pack will be posted to the first 20 to book before 16th January 2022.
The Cook along will be delivered via zoom by Chef Sam, from Cracking Good Food.
We recommend that all ingredients are measured out, equipment ready and recipe at hand in advance of the Cook Along.
Ingredients list, equipment list and recipe will be sent to you via email after registration.
Zoom and login information will be sent to your email the day before the event.
- This is an online event and Edge Hill University Confucius Institute is not able to assess any safety hazards for participants remotely and we are not able to take any responsibility associated to your own safety.
- The Edge Hill University Confucius Institute may share your details with our event partner Cracking Good Cooking.
- By registering on this event you agree to take full responsibility for your own health and safety when taking part in the event at your own home and agree for your information to be shared with Cracking Good Food.
Red Dragonfly Productions and Grist to the Mill present
The Ballad Of Mulan
Wednesday 26th January
1.30 pm and 7:00 pm
Woman, warrior, legend. For ten years Mulan disguised as a man, has fought for the Chinese Empire. Now the fighting is coming to an end, one last battle and she will be going home – but can she return to her old life, become a woman again. A search for identity in a violent world. Commissioned by and performed by West Yorkshire-born British-Chinese actress Michelle Yim, developed with the support and funding from Arts Council England. Produced by the team behind Edfringe Sell-Out ‘The Unknown Soldier’ Grist to the Mill, in collaboration with British East Asian theatre company Red Dragonfly Productions, we bring you the real Chinese heroine that inspired Disney’s animation and live-feature Mulan.
‘A powerful exploration of gender, war, and identity, as relevant and timely today as ever. Expect a little humour, a lot of heart and a refreshing focus on the darker aspects of a familiar tale’ ★★★★ Tulpa Magaine, Adelaide Fringe
Tickets: £10 / £8 / £5 EHU Students
Free for EHU Students with free Arts Centre Membership
Free for schools and colleges – contact [email protected] for group bookings