Thai cooking class experience
Hi, That sounds great! I haven't done a cooking class but I cook Thai food every week here in England with my wife. We use only THAI ingredients that you would use in Thailand, we get them from the asian supermarket. The fried bannana sounds fun to make! Bet it tastes sweet with honey. :)
The green paste curry you speak of is probably Thai Green Curry - One of my fav's (actually made it last night). Another one of my fav's is 'Pad Grapao Moo' (Fried Pork with Thai basil)
Gotta love Thai food.
#1 Posted: 15/12/2008 - 23:32
21st January, 2009
Pad Grapao Moo is one of the most common dishes in thailand, and it's the best with a crispy fried egg :P
#2 Posted: 21/1/2009 - 05:48
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