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Intermediate/Advanced Cookery courses

  • turbot

    Joined Travelfish
    2nd November, 2010
    Posts: 10

    Hi.
    I have been to Thailand a few times and love it. This forum has always been very helpful (thank you Travelfish) so am hoping I can get help about non-basic cookery courses...
    I cook alot at home (London) and have done a couple of thai cookery courses in Thailand (Time for Lime in Ko Lanta was very good)...
    What I really want to do is a MORE advanced course than an introductory - "this is galangal, this is how to make a penang curry paste" etc. - kind of thing.
    I want to expand my repetoire and understand more about cooking techniques and sauces...
    Can anyone help/point me in the right direction?
    I will be in BKK after a week on the beach in Koh Bulon Lae from 13th-19th January.
    Thanks.
    Ben

    #1 Posted: 9/11/2012 - 08:05

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  • wanderingcat

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    http://www.cnngo.com/bangkok/eat/10-bangkok-cooking-schools-654075
    written by someone who does know something about food in Thailand. there's mentioned of Bo.lan offering courses that 'vary in skill level', & a few that offer private courses (where you might be able to arrange in advance for something that meets your needs).

    #2 Posted: 9/11/2012 - 18:20

  • goonistik

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    7th January, 2010
    Posts: 532

    I found this thread on egullet.
    http://forums.egullet.org/topic/132399-professional-level-culinary-schools-in-thailand/

    I am a pretty decent cook and the program mentioned in post 10 of that thread stood out and caught my interest.
    http://www.sitca.net/thai_cooking_school.htm

    Unfortunately it is not in BKK.

    #3 Posted: 9/11/2012 - 18:57

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