Tell me what you eat, I’ll tell you who you are.

Last week, I posted about some upcoming dance classes. As thanks, Maxine offered me the opportunity to attend one of her classes for free. Although the group was already 4 classes in, my natural grace and rhythm took over. That, and it was a beginner 2-step class. Standard fare if you’ve ever been to Essies, just no mini-jugs of booze.

Since that dance class was offered as part of Lethbridge College’s Mind-Body-Home catalogue, I decided to explore some of the other evening classes they offer. In particular, the non-credit culinary courses really appealed to me, so I signed up for the next available class, which was Vietnamese cooking. I ♥ Vietnamese food!

Taught by Chef Heng Ng, the class was a demo for creating 4 dishes and an accompanying sauce:

Although I tried linking to similar recipes as we received, you can find the actual ones in the Authentic Vietnamese Cooking book. They’re all very easy to cook!

Overall, I was very pleased with the class and loved being able to talk to a professional chef about food, one of my great loves (besides Natalie Portman). I’ll definitely be going again.

Culinary Careers

  • http://windymay.ca/ windy may

    I think @jedmarc needs to be told about these 'culinary courses' you speak of! *ahem*

  • http://www.lethbianlove.ca Jonathan Růžek

    Is that a not-so-subtle hint for him to start cooking? :)

    There's a Malaysian class coming up, and they have also offered a couples cooking course in the past.

  • http://windymay.ca/ windy may

    I think @jedmarc needs to be told about these 'culinary courses' you speak of! *ahem*

  • http://www.lethbianlove.ca Jonathan Růžek

    Is that a not-so-subtle hint for him to start cooking? :)

    There's a Malaysian class coming up, and they have also offered a couples cooking course in the past.