A Lot of Thai Cooking School,
Thailand, North and East
Info : A Lot of Thai Cooking School
This cooking school in Chiang Mai is run by a highly skilled Thai celebrity chef! Her expertise ensures the popularity of the school amongst not only tourists but also chefs and food columnists from around the globe. Group sizes are kept small (around 8 people) in order to keep the instruction personal and make it fun and easy to follow.
The itinerary changes from day to day but is likely to include a visit to a local market and in the classroom it is likely to involve cooking dishes such as Panang curry with chicken, spring rolls and sticky rice with mango
The class room is in a real home where 3 generations live together as is tradition in Thailand and students are picked up in classic vehicles like a 1974 baby blue 1974 VW van.
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