Had an awesome time hosting our guests from London. Check out the fabulous dishes cooked by them.
We had a wonderful time hosting our guests on 14 December 2018 from Ballarat, Australia on a foodie night trail.
The Hin Bus Depot site is located outside the UNESCO heritage zones, but that doesn’t make it any less important. The building was built in 1947 in an art deco-style as a centralised repair, maintenance and storage site for the Hin Bus Company.
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Class is limited to no more than 6.
Dates available for the Cooking Class:
- Saturday 3 Nov, 2018
- Sunday 4 Nov, 2018
- Saturday 10 Nov, 2018
- Sunday 11 Nov, 2018
- Saturday 15 Dec, 2018
- Sunday 16 Dec, 2018
- Saturday 22 Dec, 2018
- Sunday 23 Dec, 2018
Cooking doesn’t have to be boring. It doesn’t have to be difficult either to make a healthy, delicious meal at home. And, when we are short of time after a long hard day doing whatever we had to do, the last thing on our mind is to think of what to cook at home. An easy way out is to eat out, have a takeaway or a quick microwave dinner.
Eating Thai food for a non-Thai person, who is not accustom to the culture and cuisine, is likely to think of a “pad thai”, “green curry” or “red curry”, the most commonly dishes available in a Thai eating place.
I am inspired to recreate a salad dish that I had at a Thai restaurant in Melbourne last year. I remember it was extremely delicious with the right balance of sweetness, saltiness and spiciness in the salad dressing. The mixture of green salad was fresh and crunchy, the mashed avocado was creamy and the grilled prawns were crunchy and yet moist on the inside.
This dish is simple to make and delicious to eat at home. It doesn’t require much preparation and takes less than an hour to cook.