Join the Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute for their Chinese Lantern Festival Hot Pot Dinner.
The style of eating hot pot is similar to Western fondue. Each person at the table chooses his or her favorite cuisine including thin sliced beef, shrimp, meatballs, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, tofy, noodles, vegetables, and more…and dips it in the boiling, tasty broth using a pair of chopsticks (or a ladle if you haven’t fully mastered the chopstick grip).
After giving the food ample time to cook, just pluck the food back out of the hotpot and your meal is about to begin.
These hot, savory, and flavor infused bites are then added with rice to give a perfect mixture of zest, texture, and pleasant warmness. For your dessert, sesame sweet rice balls will be served in the celebration of the 2018 Chinese Lantern Festival.
ErHu Performing Arts, Presented by Liping Woods
Liping Woods grew up up in Chongqing, China and learned to play Erhu (Chinese violin) at age 12. Liping came to the United States in 1991 pursuing graduate studies, and is now an IT professional.
$22 ($20 for Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute members).
This is a special event with limited seating. Please RSVP by sending payment to CSCCI, P.O. Box 2625 Colorado Springs, CO, 80901. Or, register online at http://www.cscci.org/
Payment must be received by Feb. 20.
Phone: (719) 287-7624