Here you see some more pictures of a day at our cookery classes.
Whether you do a full-day or a half-day course, they both start with a tour around a local market. We go to Psah Kandal, a market in downtown Phnom Penh, where you'll see an abundance of colours at the various stalls selling fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.
Take a look at these pictures taken at the market. Click on a picture for a larger view.
Having collected the fresh vegetables from the market, it is your turn. Hands-on action at the Cambodia Cooking Class. The teacher demonstrates and gives you your portion for the dish to prepare, but you'll do the real work yourself. Of course our teacher will help you, should you have any problems doing it right.
Unlike some other cooking schools, at our cookery classes you prepare each dish from scratch. Including cutting of ingredients, shredding of taro root (for spring rolls) and pounding the curry paste (kroeung) with mortar and pestle. This all takes time of course, but it's also a lot of fun.
Our teacher-cook, Li Heng (nicknamed 'Lucky') is young, but he is a very experienced and skillful cook, as you will see during your course. He is also enjoyable company with good humour and excellent English.
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