I grew up in my popo’s (grandmother’s) kitchen, where the air was always warm and laced with wonderful aromas. Popo could work magic with just a few ingredients and utensils. Her roast chicken, rubbed liberally with her “secret sauce,” would have made Gordon Ramsay smile. Every shopping trip to Chinatown with her was an amazing culinary lesson.
The more you know about food, the more you appreciate it. And you expand that knowledge whenever you chat with experts, sometimes literally in the field. Or taste a dish you’ve never had before. Or discover a talent you never knew you had using a skillet, spatula, and seasonings. If you love food (and who doesn’t?), you’re bound to enjoy these five food tours and classes on the Islands.