An exciting new culinary experience is opening in the Adelaide Hills for lovers of Asian Cooking and Travel.
The Sticky Rice Cooking School is due to open in November 2008 for ‘real’ hands-on cooking classes in challenging cuisines such as Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Burmese, Nepalese, Laos, Malaysian, Indonesian, Cambodian, Japanese, Moroccan and Lebanese.
Expert instruction is provided by local and visiting chefs who will take you on a fun and entertaining food journey. You will be shown the finer points of how to create great Asian cuisine for yourself and you are guaranteed to take away a wealth of knowledge about the ingredients and cultural background of the food.
Chefs in 2008 include Kelly Lord from the famous Spirit House restaurant and cooking school in Yandina and internationally known master of Indian and vegetarian cuisine Kurma Dasa who has recently been screened on SBS and Foxtel.
Classes will suit competent cooks, work and friendship groups and travellers who have had their taste buds awakened overseas and want to learn how to create authentic and classic Asian dishes at home.
Classes are held weekdays, weekends, and evenings and run for approximately four hours. Your visit includes time to dine on the delicious food and complimentary wine, stock up at the cook-shop and browse the antiques and gifts for sale.
Chef lead Food Tours to Thailand, Vietnam and Laos are also available for the passionate traveller.
The Sticky Rice newsletter contains details of up-coming classes, chef profiles, recipes and how to find the cooking school and make an online booking.
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