One of the fun things we did in Cambodia
was go to a Cambodian cooking class
with Le Tigre de Papier restaurant in Siem Reap.
There was another couple on their honeymoon in the class
and 4 women college professors
who had taken the night off from their student tour group
in the class with us.
Each of us picked whichever Cambodian starter and main course
from the restaurant menu that we wanted and we
cooked up a feast.
It was great to learn new ingredients to cook with,
and before we left i popped into the supermarket
and bought a few spices for my cupboard.
I've had a go at cooking Amok since i've been back
and i'm going to try me some Beef Loc lac this week.
Cambodian food was delicious,
we enjoyed nearly every meal that we had
and it was great to learn how to imitate it
(i wont profess to be an expert!)
One night in Siem Reap we went to
the Cambodian Grill on Pub Street.
Here they put a little grill on your table and
you pick a variety of meats and cook them up yourself
(my husband kept asking why we
were going to restaurants to cook our own dinners!)
We grilled ourselves some