thai cooking class!


this is one of the best nights we’ve had in san francisco.
everybody who lives in or visits the city needs to do this.
do you hear me? you need to sign up for this thai cooking class
taught by sunshine! she is not only the best thai cook but
now our good friend too. the class is right in san francisco in her
home, which is no normal home. sunshine and her husband
bought an old church in san francisco a decade ago and turned
it into their home. so basically they live in the coolest place
and have turned it into something amazing. chase could NOT
get over it! we walked all through the house, into the bell tower
loft, and up on the rooftop deck to take in the incredible views.
the house alone made this night worth it, but the cooking
class and food that came next…wow. no words!
^^ the three thai recipes we made during our class:
tom yum shrimp soup, cashew nut chicken, and
of course mango sticky rice {the best dessert!}
sunshine is the cutest and does such a good
job making the table and setting so nice so that
we could enjoy our meal after all the hard work!
cooking looks good on him ^^
after all the prep. the tom yum soup was definitely
our favorite — so flavorful and amazing! YUM.
our great class! we made good friends with all of
these people and had such a fun time cooking + talking.
^^ cashew chicken — we learned how to stir fry
it all together with the vegetables and sauce!
after dinner, we took a break before making
our mango sticky rice dessert.
this basket steamed the rice perfectly.
i’ve never seen this– i need to get one!
while we waited for the rice to set up, we checked
out their rooftop walkway and view…dreamy.
yum. the best dessert!
sunshine taught us so much..ranging from how
to cut certain vegetables, how to combine tastes,
and just how to make the best & freshest thai food.
we loved meeting all the great people in our class
and left with full stomachs! it was such a fun night
and we recommend this experience to one and all!
make sure to check out the thai cooking with sunshine
blog by clicking here. it is a perfect date night,
birthday present, anniversary gift, etc. you can set
up private lessons or just join a group class.
either way, do it.
you won’t regret it!
xo

'thai cooking class!' has 16 comments

  1. January 13, 2014 @ 4:12 pm birdie to be

    This looks like so much fun!

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  2. January 13, 2014 @ 6:18 pm Kelsey Eaton

    This looks super fun and I am definitely craving Thai food now! Please tell me you guys have been to Chanon Thai in SLC. It is the funniest little Thai place but it is oh so yummy. Glad you had a great weekend!

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    • January 13, 2014 @ 6:27 pm emi

      i know the food was amazing! YES we’ve been to chanon thai, love that little place but our very favorite thai in SLC is sawadee…yum!!! xo

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  3. January 13, 2014 @ 7:19 pm Amanda Elizabeth - Meet @ the Barre

    What a fun night! I am always on the hunt for good quality cooking classes in Tampa.

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  4. January 13, 2014 @ 7:23 pm Treasure Tromp

    this looks incredible!

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  5. January 13, 2014 @ 7:25 pm Deidre

    This looks like so much fun, I’d love to do a cooking class!

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  6. January 13, 2014 @ 8:18 pm Hena Tayeb

    oh that looks fun. I love thai food

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  7. January 13, 2014 @ 9:21 pm Jessica

    You two do the most awesome things! And I love me some Thai food!

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  8. January 14, 2014 @ 12:47 am Mindy

    Please teach me the basket rice cooking trick…and tell me all about this mango rice dessert! Yummy!

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  9. January 14, 2014 @ 3:33 am Kelsie Peterson

    What a fun date night! Looks so yummy too!

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  10. January 16, 2014 @ 1:02 pm michellejoelle

    What a great recommendation! We’re heading out to the SF area this summer – I’m definitely adding this to my trip wish list!

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  14. June 29, 2014 @ 3:17 pm Erin T

    I am considering moving to the Bay Area (boyfriend lives in Sunnyvale). I’m from a super small town in WI so this is very scary to me! This looks like something wonderful to do–maybe as a gift. Would you recommend private or group? Was it expensive? Thanks!

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    • June 29, 2014 @ 8:17 pm emi

      how exciting! you would LOVE the bay..sunnyvale is darling and quiet but you have the big city nearby so you’d be fine!! this would be the greatest gift…one of our favorite things we’ve done in the city! i’d do a group because it’s fun to meet others and cook all together, and it’s less expensive. it was around $75.00 but sometimes there are deals, and it is well-worth it. some of the best food, fun experience, INCREDIBLE house you get to meet in, etc. you can sign up here!

      http://sunshine-dineanddance.blogspot.com/p/register-for-cooking-class.html

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