Another country, another cooking class, and this time was Lao cuisine. Lao food is different enough to Thai that we thought it would be really interesting to learn more about, and particularly in Luang Prabang which has its own regional dishes. The format was not unlike the cooking classes in Chiang Mai where you visit … Continue reading Luang Prabang: Lao Cooking with Bamboo Tree Cooking School
I love to do a cooking class if I can during a trip to a new region, and it turns out that cooking classes are quite a thing in Chiang Mai! This was great in some ways, but made making a selection quite daunting. Thankfully, I found this blog post on What Kate and Kris … Continue reading A Thai Cooking Class at Galangal Cooking Studio, Chiang Mai
A couple of months ago I went to a friend's birthday at Hotel Chocolat's Bean to Bar class at their shop and school on Monmouth St, Covent Garden. I've done a couple of chocolate classes before for work events or hen parties, so I was interested to see how this one would compare. We were … Continue reading Bean to Bar: Making Chocolate at Hotel Chocolat
Ramen is possibly my favourite thing - like - in the world (and the hubbie of course...but also ramen). You can imagine how excited I was when Ladies in Blogging invited me to learn how to make it from scratch - broth, noodles, the whole shebang - at Sozai Cooking School, a school that focuses … Continue reading Sozai cooking’scool! Learning to make perfect ramen from scratch.
As soon as we booked our trip to Sri Lanka, I knew I wanted to find somewhere to do a cooking class. Where better to learn how to cook beautiful Sri Lankan curry using the myriad herbs and spices that grow so abundantly in the tropical climate, than a spice and herb garden. Euphoria Spice … Continue reading Sri Lanka: Matale and Euphoria Spice & Herbal