Hot Sour Salty Sweet The Cuisine of Thailand Event
Kent, WA, United States
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1 - 100 Guest(s)
Welcome to hot sour salty sweet where you are invited to discover, relish and learn to create the many culinary wonders of Thai cuisine. In this class you will understand the building blocks of Thai ingredients and learn to balance sweet, salty, spicy and tangy the Thai way. You will gain my knowledge and experience of traditional Thai Cooking and my creative version of Thai Cuisine that you can build upon in your own kitchen. Above all, have fun learning the world of classic Thai cooking.
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Green Papaya & Apple Salad
The original Thai Green Curry with Free Range Chicken, Eggplant, Lychee Nut, Makrut lime leaves and Thai Basil
Stir-Fried Seasonal Vegetables with Cashews and Lemon Basil in Thai Chili Jam
Jasmine Steamed Rice
Mango Custard & wine
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Christina Arokiasamy (Aro-Kia-Samy), one of the most recognized teaching chefs in America; is highly regarded for her unique flavor development and authentic Southeast Asian cuisine. She had worked for some of Southeast Asia's premier restaurants including the world class resorts Four Seasons Bali, and Four Seasons Chiang Mai, Thailand. Christina was Malaysia's official Food Ambassador to the United States. Christina has enabled thousands of home cooks to bring a new depth and dimension to their favorite dishes, for over a decade.
Christina has been featured in the Huffington Post, Oprah.com, and more!
She used her passion about food to author her cookbook, The Spice Merchant's Daughter published by Clarkson Potter Publishers New York.
Her cookbook and talents have received numerous accolades nationally and internationally.
-Publishers Weekly 2008 gave her book a starred review.
-In 2008, NPR listed “The Spice Merchant’s Daughter” as 10 Best Cookbooks in America.
-The Wall Street Journal acclaimed, “There is perhaps no better candidate to write about this cuisine than Christina Arokiasamy, a formally trained cook of Indian ancestry whose mother was a Kuala Lumpur spice merchant.”
-The Boston Globe, quotes "The Spice Merchant's Daughter is one of the best culinary adventures I've had all year. Like the best adventures, it left me breathless and exhausted -- and ready to do it all over again tomorrow."
-Her cooking skills are published in The Associated Press, ABC News, The Washington Post, Sunset Magazine, Jakarta Post, Hello Bali Magazine and various key media and radio talk shows throughout America.