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Thai Food Cooking Classes Experience at Blue Elephant Cooking School, Bangkok, THAILAND

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As the theory session concluded, we were brought to the cooking classrooms. Equipped with cooking utensils, the chefs conducted the cooking class there with step by step.

I was having fun cooking the curry, beside me was the seriously cook, Janis from Malay Mail Newspaper.

Trust me, it was so fun! Putting the ingredients step by step quick and making the dish altogether successful was somehow a difficult task. Yet, at the end of the day, the dish that I’ve cooked tasted so good. My bet was the quality ingredients prepared by the Blue Elephant Cooking Academy.

Voila! My very own dish, it was good.

The few hours of cooking experience were fun and exhilarating. At the end of the cooking session, I was awarded a “Cooking certificate”. Well, I “graduated” at the end of the day.

To me, it was a good learning process and experience on the Thai food and the way they prepare the ingredients and their way they cook. To others, this could be a good opportunity to learn Thai food. Thank you Tourism of Thailand for this great experience and opportunity.

Thanks for reading.

BLUE ELEPHANT BANGKOK
Cooking School and Restaurant Address:

Blue Elephant Building
233 South Sathorn Road, Kwaeng Yannawa, Khet Sathorn, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Tel: +66 (2) 673 9353, +66 (2) 6739354, +66 (2) 6739356
Fax: +66 (2) 673 9355
Skytrain: Surasak
E-mail: [email protected]

URL: Blue Elephant Cooking School

12 thoughts on “Thai Food Cooking Classes Experience at Blue Elephant Cooking School, Bangkok, THAILAND

  1. We believe everyones first trip to Thaialnd should start with a Thai cooking school class as their morning trip to the market will familiarize the travelor with the Thai fruit and vegetables names, prices, quality, which one are hot to the body which are cold. You will then know how to make great tasting Thai food and what makes it so and you will know when you’ve been served poor street quality traditional Thai food. You could learn to say NO MSG in thai so your street food is not flavoured by spoonfuls of MSG and you could make a most valueable, area knowledged, contact being your teacher.

  2. yes SW,

    cOOk for us! I supply ah-sei to wash up if u cooking……..

    This place looks nice! I like the idea of learning how to cook in a colonial house!

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