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Truckee Dragonfly sushi experts to share their secrets

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TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; In partnership with Sierra College, Dragonfly sushi chef Kris Phaivanh and chef and owner Billy McCullough will present a sushi making class at Dragonfly on Saturday, Sept. 18, noon to 2 p.m.

Veteran sushi chef Phaivanh will lead the class, sharing his knowledge on the intricacies of sushi and sashimi creation. He will demonstrate traditional shaping and cutting methods, as well as providing modern twists on making sushi.

A strong supporter of the Slow Foods movement, McCullough will discuss the importance of utilizing sustainable fish in the creation of sushi. Indeed, Dragonflyand#8217;s owner walks the talk as the Truckee restaurant does not serve unagi, because its consumption is a tremendous problem from an environmental standpoint.

Donand#8217;t miss this educational and tasty event held at the Dragonfly Sushi Bar in Downtown Truckee. Cost is $32 for the class plus $25 for the materials fee. The maximum amount of attendees is 25. Early arrival encouraged.

Dragonfly Restaurant and Sushi Bar is located at 10118 Donner Pass Road, Downtown Truckee. Visit or call 587-0557.

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