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Father's Day Poke Masterclass at K&P

1 hr poke making class, custom coffee & 1/2 pound of poke to take home

  • 62.83 US dollars
  • Kapiolani Boulevard

Service Description

Available at 9am, 10:30am or 12pm on Saturday 6/12 and Sunday 6/13. Treat that dad to the ultimate Father's Day Experience - a Poke Masterclass at K&P! This one hour class in our certified kitchen will be taught by Kevin Kalani 'Kepe' Spray, owner of Ono Fresh Poke Co.! Kepe has over 20+ years experience in the food industry including opening and running of multiple restaurants & bars across the 'Oahu. He is also the recipient of 2 'Ilima Awards and 4 Hale 'Aina Awards. After being hit with the Covid curveball, Kepe now owns and operates a humble yet successful poke business called Ono Fresh Poke Co. . In the class, dad will learn all there is to about big game fish - from the types of fish in the islands, the different grades, cuts, etc. He will also get to watch freshly caught fish get properly cut, prepared and then made into delicious poke & poke nachos (PokeChos). It's guaranteed to be a super fun morning where dad gets to chit chat with other dads, sip coffee (1 free K&P coffee of choice) and sample some ono poke. At the end of the class pops also gets to take home 1/2 pound of Ono Fresh Poke Co. to eat later! . This Poke Masterclass is intended for 1 adult only. If dad wants to bring 1 child (mature & old enough to stand through a kitchen class for 1 hour) they are welcome to do so without charge. Please note this in the booking. . Total $62.83 for the class includes GET. . What is poke? See excerpt below. (from. Poke (pronounced poh-kay, rhymes with okay) literally means “to cut crosswise into pieces.” It’s a simple dish made of chopped seafood, generally tuna, marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil, and mixed with onion. But, you’ll find many variations of this when you visit poke shops and grocery stores around Hawai’i. It’s believed that poke was first prepared by native Polynesians centuries before Western travelers arrived on the islands. Initially, it was made with raw reef fish, seasoned with sea salt and seaweed, and combined with crushed candlenut. Salting of the fish was for both flavor and more importantly, preserving the fish.

Upcoming Sessions

No refund if cancelled less than 24 hours

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance or you will lose your booking fee. If cancelling with more than 24 hrs notice, you may change the date or receive a gift card.

Contact Details

  • 909 Kapiolani Boulevard, Honolulu, HI, USA


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