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Thai Cooking in Four-Courses
with Phung & Dan Magie
A common greeting in Thailand is "Gin khao yung" meaning "Have you eaten yet?" And as soon as one meal is done, people start thinking of preparing the next! Like most cultures, we can learn a lot about Thailand through the way Thai food is prepared and shared with family and friends. Join Phung and Dan from "Phung's Pantry" as they demonstrate cooking a four-course Thai meal including an appetizer, soup, main dish and dessert. You will enjoy a tasting of each course, Thai cultural anecdotes and learn how to “go to market” in Kansas to recreate their tasty dishes at home.
Register by March 13
Head chef, Phung Magie is Thai with experience teaching small groups how to cook Thai cuisine as well as catering events for more than 50 people. She is passionate about sharing authentic and fresh Thai food. Phung began cooking the same way she teaches students, by watching her mother cooking and helping out here and there. She is joined by her husband, P’Dan Magie, communication and business manager, who lived and worked in Thailand for 17 years after being raised in rural Kansas. Today they live and run Phung's Pantry from their home in Ellsworth.
Flavors of Spring
with Roxanne Bell, Karen Black & Valerie Wilson
Join foodies Roxanne Bell, Karen Black and Valerie Wilson as as they bring their freshest approaches to cooking with spring vegetables and fruits, highlighting the lightness and brightness of these seasonal foods. They will share with you recipes and tastings of their favorite sweet and savory spring crepes, a spinach smoothie, miniature lemon and blueberry bundt cake and a sugar flower garnish demonstration. This spring smorgasbord of tastes will provide you with plenty of new ideas for spinach, rhubarb, radishes and tips on foraging for leafy greens in your own backyard.
Register by April 16
Roxanne Bell, Karen Black and Valerie Wilson are returning CLASS instructors. Roxanne is a registered dietitian and before retirement directed nutrition programs for Salina's Head Start program. Karen and Valerie are K-State master food volunteers. All three love cooking and trying new recipes.