Monday, September 26, 2011

Cooking Class


My favorite Thai Restaurant "Wild Thaiger" had a cooking class on Sunday afternoon that I attended.  Above we see chef Olashawn Hasadinrata in the kitchen with some of the students, preparing the woks for cooking.  We learned to prepare three dishes, Grapao Gai, Lahb Nua, and Kimow.  So, now I'm ready to do a tasty Thai dinner at my house.


Here is my favorite photo of chef Ola that was taken by my friend David with his cell phone.  Don't you just love her enthusiastic smile?

16 comments:

Kathy said...

These are great action shots. Now, about that tasty Thai dinner ...

Steffe said...

Looks like a busy day in their kitchen.

Kate said...

I think that I just lost my comment.

A Thai dinner sounds divine. The photos of the two chefs illustrate the serious and joyful sides of the wonderful Thai people. Since I frequent Thai restaurants quite a bit, I'd be happy to test your newly found culinary skills. When's dinner scheduled?!

brattcat said...

i do love that expression. what a great day. will you have trouble finding the ingredients in your local grocery store?

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I wonder what was happening in the kitchen that was causing her to be so amused. Could it have been the attempt of someone to do Thai cooking? And, no, Sharon, I don't mean you. I know how skilled you are in the kitchen.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I love her smile Sharon, a happy chef is a good chef I'm sure, cooking classes sound like a good idea!

Randy said...

Get your Thai on Sharon! That second photo is fun.

Magpie said...

What an awesome smile! Looks like fun. I'm sure you'll have lots of volunteers to try your Thai. :)

Regina K said...

Now this looks like a fun class!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

That is a great photo - what time should I come over? :-)

Jack said...

Why do everyone else's cellphone photos look great and mine look like mud?

Chrissy Brand said...

Love the zest for life in these photos.

Chrissy
http://mancunianwave.blogspot.com/

Jarart said...

I love to see a happy cook!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

what fun. count me in for a thai dinner treat

JM said...

Thai food is definitely my favourite. I will never forget it after having visited the country. I go quite often to Thai restaurants here but, although the food is excellent, it's not the same feeling.

Stephanie said...

What a cute name for a restaurant. These are great shots. Looks like lots of fun! Hope your dinner is a success! Enjoy :-)