By: Danya Weiner
Twelve years ago, I took a cooking class while on a trip in Thailand. It was just after I finished studying photography, and I took a long trip to the Far East and Australia (as many young Israelis do). At that time, I wasn’t nearly the foodie that I am today, and I took the cooking class, because that’s what most of the tourists where doing in that particular town. Twelve years ago, I barely knew anything about the Thai kitchen, couldn’t eat anything even a tad bit spicy, and I basically lived on Pad-Thai the entire time I was there. Now, twelve years later, I wish I could back and eat everything I didn’t.
Upon completion of the cooking course, we received a little Thai cookbook (if you can call it that) with lots of English typos and not one picture. I kept as a keepsake from the trip and I used it a few times when I just got back. I haven’t touched it in probably over seven years and I just recently found it and now that I’m a Thai food junkie, I have a...
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