Hong Kong Hotel Hosts Cooking Series

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World-renowned chefs from the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurants will lead the series with a variety of unique and traditional recipes.

Hong Kong’s InterContinental is getting its guests to indulge in a unique hands-on cooking experience with the launch of its “Cooking with the Culinary Stars” series that will run through till the end of December 2014.

The series takes its inspiration from both local and seasonal cuisines and will features all the classic cooking techniques as well as expert advice on specialty dishes like dry miso sashimi, and stir-fried king prawns. The hotel’s array of expert chefs will also highlight a variety of international cuisines like Japanese, French, Cantonese, and even American. Renowned chefs from the InterContinental’s Michelin-starred restaurants will guide participants through the culinary series that will showcase everything from Easter dishes to summer favorites.

Dishes will have both a modern and tradition inspiration and will be paired with specialty wines by the resident sommelier. There will also be demonstrations in the art of dessert and cake-making led by chefs Jerome Husson and Cyril Dupuis.

Participants is the series will also go home with some bragging rights – they’ll received an official “Cooking with the Culinary Stars” certificate, an apron and a list of unique recipes from the chefs that they can impress their friends with back home.

Class prices start at $245 for adults and $128 for children (6-12 years old).  You can reserve your spot, or get more information on the series by sending the hotel an email

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