Enjoying a day out at Countryfile Live. Back to work tomorrow with the York Young Carers.
18th August 2019
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Thai, Malay and Indonesian Cuisine are very similar, in particular some of the regional traditions.
It has also been influenced by Chinese, Indian, Thai and many other cultures throughout history, producing a distinct cuisine of their own.
Many dishes revolve around a Rempah, which is a spice paste or mix similar to an Indian Masala. Rempahs are made by grinding up fresh and/or dried spices and herbs to create a spice paste which is then sautéed in oil to bring out the aromas.
Fiona will talk about the background to the dishes you will be cooking and chat about the cuisine and culture of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Then, under the guidance of Kate you'll prepare a selection of dishes. Examples of dishes that may be included:
At the end of the class, you'll be able to sit down and enjoy your dishes or take them home for your friends and family to enjoy (please bring some containers to put your food in).
All ingredients are provided as well as recipe sheets to take away at the end of the session.
We'll provide an apron to work in but if you'd prefer to have your very own, high-quality, embroidered YORK Cookery School apron, they are available to buy. Simply add one to your order and we can post it to you of just give it to you when you come to the class.
Our resident cake designer and creator of all things sweet, Kate Clarkson, will demonstrate and teach the techniques required to make several different flavours of macaron.
Join our expert tutor, Dan Graham, as he introduces you to the variety of Thai Street food traditionally prepared by street vendors right across Thailand.
Join expert tutor, Fiona McBeath, as she guides you through the creation of a range of Spanish Tapas and Pintxos dishes. You'll be creating the dishes yourself to eat and take home with you.