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By Anne Bauso, Megan duBois and Cassidy McKenna
If they’re looking to expand their cooking skills, this Uncommon Goods Experience is perfect for them. Instead of just giving them a cookbook, you can sign them up for a live class with chef Jannie Huang for a chance to learn how to make boiled and pan-seared dumplings from the best of the best. They can even bring a friend along if they don’t want to do it solo.
May 4, 2022
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By Jenny McGrath
Had you asked me before I took chef Jannie Huang‘s class if I ever thought I’d be able to make a dumpling, the answer would have been a firm no. Yet, in just over 90 minutes, I learned to make both boiled and fried dumplings.
But Huang, who learned how to make dumplings from her parents as a tween, was a great teacher. She kept up a steady stream of lively commentary and assured all 70 or so of us that we’d be great. There were two cameras set up so we could see multiple angles of Huang’s kitchen as she prepped and cooked. When steps were a little tricky, like folding the dumplings, Huang made sure to repeat them plenty of times.
May 4, 2022
By Kit Stone
Chef Jannie Huang is your instructor for this class. She started her own business teaching others to cook ~the Huang way~. For her, it always comes back to cooking and family, which is why she chose to share her recipes and life with others.
What they’ll need: To enjoy the class you’ll need to have two 16-oz packages of dumpling wrappers, a chef’s knife, two cutting boards, several mixing bowl, plates, a large nonstick sauté pan with a cover, a pot and strainer, a spatula, and a fork or chopsticks to mix the filling.
Gift it from Uncommon Goods for $30.
April 29, 2022
By Nina Melhaf
PORTLAND, Oregon — One of the most influential people in Portland’s restaurant industry has always been behind the scenes, but now she is stepping into the spotlight to teach others how to cook.
Jannie Huang is the co-founder of Feast, the city’s huge food festival. She is also the co-owner of restaurant public relations firm Little Green Pickle.
Huang has now embarked on a new professional journey, getting back to basics with cooking classes in person and online.
Mikey And Rinne Eat In
Welcome to the very FIRST episode of Mikey and Rinne Eat In! Come on onto the SheBlanc Estate grounds, let our bartender Aubbie pour you a stiff and chilly cocktail and pull up a chair…it’s time to eat! On today’s episode, we talk about the food stories and recipes that define us as your hosts, favorite foodies and the hungry friends that everyone needs in their lives. We also talk to our Bestie Jannie, who brought us a crunchy, amazing snack – Scallion Pancakes. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa