David Thompson, internationally renowned chef and master of Thai food, is heading to Adelaide to host a series of master classes at the Sticky Rice Cooking School in November in the Adelaide Hills – and you could be right there alongside him.
Campbell is passionate about traditional Thai cooking and his London restaurant Namh won a Michelin star – the first Thai restaurant to do so. His first book, Thai Food, is now regarded as a bible for those interested in pure Thai cooking.
The Sticky Rice Cooking School is on a property at Stirling in the Adelaide Hills – but you don’t just learn recipes here. Sticky Rice takes you on a food journey, from the history of the food and place it’s from, to the best ingredients to buy, something Thompson is equally passionate about.
Now on the eve of releasing his next book, Thai Street Food, Thompson has agreed to hold three master classes from November 13 – 15 at Sticky Rice. Claire Fuller, owner of the school, is searching for three assistants to help Thompson prep and cook during the classes. This is a chance for any chef to learn and cook alongside a top Michelin starred chef and learn as much as you can.
So if you think you have what it takes, send Claire your resume, with as much information as you can, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Claire will then choose the best of the best to come cook alongside Thompson in November
If you’d rather guarantee your place, or if you’re just a food lover and not a chef, you can sign up for the master classes (be quick though, there are limited spots left) at www.stickyricecookingschool.com.au or call (08) 8339 1314. The five-hour classes cost $295pp and include a three-course meal at the end.