Banging the wok in Bangkok

It's a long flight from Australia to the UK, which is why I am exiting Bangkok's airport at midnight into a wall of pleasant heat for a twenty four hour stopover. First priority is to get to the hotel and sleep. Now that its morning, I am relaxed, refreshed and ready to jump into my cooking class, … Continue reading

Shanghai Stirfry

Wet markets are brilliant, all that fresh produce, some so fresh they are still alive, at least until you pick them out from the display. This local market in Shanghai has live chickens, fish, crabs and frogs amongst others. ¬†And lets not be squeamish about this, the floor is very wet from the … Continue reading