Updated: Mar 31, 2020
Friday 17th June 2016 – Westerham Village Hall
Fragrant, spicy and flavoursome, Southeast Asian food especially Thai has quickly become one of the world’s favourite cuisines. With exotic ingredients like chillies, lime, lemongrass and coconut milk, it’s easy to see why. Come along to our Thai cooking class and Ju will show you how to balance contrasting elements to create a tasty dish: delicate aromas with strong flavours, spicy with cool and sweet with sour.
The Art of Asian Food
With a lot of food it’s the simplicity that appeals, but with Asian it’s the complex mix of flavours. Thai cuisine is an art, but that doesn’t mean it’s difficult to cook. We’ve designed a range of classes to give you confidence with traditional Southeast Asian flavours and ingredients, and you’ll be able to adapt the recipes at home to suit your own taste.
About Juthamard Morgan – Thai cook
Ju has lived in the UK since 1993. Far from the kitchen she worked in London in the banking industry as an Asian Analyst until she stopped to have children.
Ju as always been interested in cooking. She enjoys making a variety of Thai dishes. Thai Food varies between regions in Thailand, North and South being quite different.
Ju is a mother of 2 boys age 10 and 6 and lives in Caterham. I met Ju through a mutual friend and being another ‘foodie’ we immediately had lots to talk about….. I am excited what she can offer and teach us locally.
There are a variety of Thai and Asian lessons on offer, each with a different mix of recipes. Thai food uses lots of fresh herbs and vegetables, offering a lighter alternative to many meals. On the menu there will be a at least 4 recipes, for example satay skewers, chicken pad Thai, Larb Ped (duck salad), and the popular Thai Green Curry.
Includes refreshments, glass of wine and a light Thai menu for lunch.
Please bring a container to take home your delicious Thai creations, so you can share them at home.
Date: Friday 17th June 2016
Venue: Westerham Village Hall (TN16 1BG)
Time: 10am – 2pm
Cost: £40 per person (including everything you need)