New thing I am doing—> taking a cooking class anytime I travel to a new place. This was legit and now I can make 5 Thai dishes. Come on over and I will make them for you. We did this one of the first nights I was there. It was a 4 hour class and we learned a ton about Thai cuisine.
Our instructor. He was hilarious.
We learned about each of the ingredients that went into the different meals and we each cut up the items for our own dishes.
Then it was outside to cook everything. I do not know why I decided to wink at the camera.
Tom-Yum-Goong for our first course. This was actually probably my favorite part of the meal. I love soup.
Pad Thai for the second course and after that we made a chicken salad (that I forgot to take a picture of).
Look how fancy we were:
And the green curry doesn’t look very pretty but it turned out pretty good.
And the real star of the show… mango sticky rice. We even made the coconut milk that we put on the rice from the meat of the coconut.
Brooke better like Thai food because we also got a cookbook at the class and I am about to be cooking this stuff up all of the time.
And after the class we took the train back. Just a few people on the trains.
PS I made it back to Utah safe and sound and for some weird reason I really enjoyed the 20 hour flight home. I see nothing wrong with enjoying sitting for 20 hours so that I can just read, watch movies and eat airplane food (which is surprisingly good).
Ever taken a cooking class? What types of things did you make?
If you could learn to make any type of food really well… what would it be?
Thai food lovers—> what is your favorite dish?
Sundays… how long do you stay in your pajamas for?
-Today it will probably be around 5 pm when I get out of mine and into a different pair of pjs for the day.