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The adventures of Fe & Chris

Ready, Steady Cook

As we are currently┬áin Chiang Mai, we decided to follow all the other thousands of tourists who take a cooking class here. We duly booked into a half day course and were ‘picked-up’ (read collected on foot) and taken to our cooking school (5 mins round the corner, 10 mins late).

We started with a quick tour round the local market - lots of exciting looking fruit and veg, some rank smelling meat and some fish flapping around on the concrete floor. Very intriguing. We were introduced to four types of aubergine (none purple), four gingers, and three basil - who knew such variety existed?!

Back at the school we prepared four different dishes under the instruction of two entertaining teachers. First up was Phad Thai (yummy) followed by Tom Yum Soup (hot, spicy, kind of nice), Tofu and cashew (v yummy), and Green curry, from scratch (v yummy, if a little spicy for my still-delicate taste buds!!). So, all round to ours for some nice Thai cooking when we get back (might have to find a useful shop for ingredients first though)!

Budding chefs:


The finished product:



  Lachlan wrote @ February 18th, 2008 at 7:22 pm

Glad you are getting used to spicy food finally! well get you round for some burning hot chillis and curries with no concessions to delicate palates!

  Keir wrote @ February 18th, 2008 at 10:07 pm

I have some birds eye chillies I got in Tesco and they are vicious wee buggers!

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