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Thu, Jul. 9, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Thai Favorites-Vegetarian option available- Virtual Class
 

Always the favorites, most ordered at Thai restaurants

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

Coconut Soup with Chicken and mushrooms

Pad Thai w/ chicken

Red Curry w/ chicken and seasonal vegetables

Sticky Rice w/ MangoThis class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. 

Other ingredients you will need:

For coconut soup

1 cup (roughly 8 oz of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cup any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

For Red Curry

1 1/2 to 2 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class) 

For Pad Thai

3-4 tablespoon of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

For Sticky Rice & Mango

2 ripe mangoes 

You can also serve sticky rice with other fruits. Another way to serve sweet sticky is also with ice cream.

 

Tools you will need:

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer  or anything that you can steam with (this one would work or a colander that fits snuggly on top of a pot) or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

 

2 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
657

Sat, Jul. 18, 2020 @ 12:00 PM
Thai Favorites-Vegetarian option available- Virtual Class
 

Always the favorites, most ordered at Thai restaurants

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.


Coconut Soup with Chicken and mushrooms

Pad Thai w/ chicken

Red Curry w/ chicken and seasonal vegetables

Sticky Rice w/ MangoThis class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. 

Other ingredients you will need:

For coconut soup

1 cup (roughly 8 oz of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cup any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

For Red Curry

1 1/2 to 2 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class) 

For Pad Thai

3-4 tablespoon of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

For Sticky Rice & Mango

2 ripe mangoes 

You can also serve sticky rice with other fruits. Another way to serve sweet sticky is also with ice cream.

 

Tools you will need:

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer  or anything that you can steam with (this one would work or a colander that fits snuggly on top of a pot) or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

 

14 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
644

Mon, Jul. 20, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Heat Lover- Vegetarian Option Available- Virtual Class
 

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

You will need

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

wooden or metal spatula (here is the link to purchase one

This is my favorite https://www.amazon.com/TableCraft-32405-Spatula-14-5-Inch-Stainless/dp/B003HU40II/ref=sr_1_21?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-21

or this would work too if you have non stick pan https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Utensils-Friendly-16-Inch-Cooking/dp/B07LBLPRPY/ref=sr_1_31?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-31

and https://www.amazon.com/Helens-Asian-Kitchen-97139-13-Inches/dp/B07CN3HM39/ref=sr_1_2?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-2 

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer or anything that you can steam with or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

If you are vegetarian and would like to take this class, please let us know. We might be able to work it out for you.

If you love spice, this is a perfect class for you  these dishes are in the top list of Thai spicy dishes  

Papaya Salad

Drunken Noodles w/ chicken

Green Curry with Chicken and seasonal vegetables

Pad Prik King with red curry paste 

0 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
652

Thu, Jul. 23, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Thai Favorites-Vegetarian option available- Virtual Class
 

Always the favorites, most ordered at Thai restaurants

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

Coconut Soup with Chicken and mushrooms

Pad Thai w/ chicken

Red Curry w/ chicken and seasonal vegetables

Sticky Rice w/ MangoThis class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. 

Other ingredients you will need:

For coconut soup

1 cup (roughly 8 oz of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cup any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

For Red Curry

1 1/2 to 2 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class) 

For Pad Thai

3-4 tablespoon of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

For Sticky Rice & Mango

2 ripe mangoes 

You can also serve sticky rice with other fruits. Another way to serve sweet sticky is also with ice cream.

 

Tools you will need:

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer  or anything that you can steam with (this one would work or a colander that fits snuggly on top of a pot) or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

 

0 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
656

Mon, Jul. 27, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Other Favorites- Vegetarian Option Available- Virtual Class
 

Other Favorites: Other dishes that have become popular and some of the Thais' favorites

 

If you are gluten free please let us know

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

If you are vegetarian and would like to take this class, please let us know. We might be able to work it out for you.

Lemongrass soup w/ chicken and sweet chili paste

Pad Sew Ew w/ Chicken and Chinese Broccoli

Green Curry w/ chicken

Mixed Vegtable Stir Fry

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes and zoom link will be emailed to you two days prior. The kit will make enough food to feed 4-6 people. The price is per household up to four participants.

 

Other ingredients you will need

For Lemongrass soup

1 cup (roughly 1/2 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Pre-cookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cups any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

1 cup chicken or vegetable stock or just water is fine too if you are already cooking with meat. 

 

For Green Curry

1 1/4 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class. Please remind me to talk about rice if you plan to cook while in class) 

 

For Pad Sea Ew

3-4 tablespoons of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 cup of any of the meat above. Add a pinch of salt to marinate the meat 15 minutes prior to class. No need to precook beef or pork. Make sure the beef or pork is sliced thinly. You can also use ground beef or ground pork. (I prefer ground meat because they are more evenly distributed in the dishes.)

2 eggs

 

For Mixed Veggies

4-6 cups of any mix of veggies, keep them separate as we will add them at different time depending on the time it takes to cook them. Fresh are much better than frozen. Choices are summer squash, half and slice ½ inch thick, green beans, cut 2 inch long, carrots (sliced), broccoli (bite size), mushrooms, asparagus (2 inch pieces), cauliflower (bite size)Tools you will need

If you would like to add meat to this dish, you can prepare about 1/2 cup of any of the meat above

Tools you will need

2 of 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too), or one if you just want to transfer and wash in between dishes

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

2 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot. You can of course wash in between, we will use this size pan twice in this class.

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

 

 

 

 

2 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
654

Thu, Jul. 30, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Other Favorites-Vegetarian Option Available- Virtual Class
 

Other Favorites: Other dishes that have become pupular

and some of the Thais' favorites

If you are vegetarian, let us know and we can modify your kit for you.

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.


Lemongrass soup w/ chicken and sweet chili paste

Pad Sew Ew w/ Chicken and Chinese Broccoli

Green Curry w/ chicken

Mixed Vegtable Stir Fry

 

You will need

2 of 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too), or one if you just want to transfer and wash in between dishes

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

2 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot. You can of course wash in between, we will use this size pan twice in this class.

wooden or metal spatula (here is the link to purchase one

This is my favorite https://www.amazon.com/TableCraft-32405-Spatula-14-5-Inch-Stainless/dp/B003HU40II/ref=sr_1_21?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-21

or this would work too if you have non stick pan https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Utensils-Friendly-16-Inch-Cooking/dp/B07LBLPRPY/ref=sr_1_31?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-31

and https://www.amazon.com/Helens-Asian-Kitchen-97139-13-Inches/dp/B07CN3HM39/ref=sr_1_2?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-2 

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

 

 

 

0 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
658

Thu, Aug. 6, 2020 @ 5:00 PM
Heat Lover- Vegetarian Option Available - Virtual Class
 

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

You will need

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

wooden or metal spatula (here is the link to purchase one

This is my favorite https://www.amazon.com/TableCraft-32405-Spatula-14-5-Inch-Stainless/dp/B003HU40II/ref=sr_1_21?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-21

or this would work too if you have non stick pan https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Utensils-Friendly-16-Inch-Cooking/dp/B07LBLPRPY/ref=sr_1_31?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-31

and https://www.amazon.com/Helens-Asian-Kitchen-97139-13-Inches/dp/B07CN3HM39/ref=sr_1_2?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-2 

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer or anything that you can steam with or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

If you are vegetarian and would like to take this class, please let us know. We might be able to work it out for you.

If you love spice, this is a perfect class for you  these dishes are in the top list of Thai spicy dishes  

Papaya Salad

Drunken Noodles w/ chicken

Green Curry with Chicken and seasonal vegetables

Pad Prik King with red curry paste 

15 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
660

Sat, Aug. 8, 2020 @ 11:00 AM
Thai Favorites-Vegetarian option available- Virtual Class
 

Always the favorites, most ordered at Thai restaurants

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.


Coconut Soup with Chicken and mushrooms

Pad Thai w/ chicken

Red Curry w/ chicken and seasonal vegetables

Sticky Rice w/ MangoThis class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. 

Other ingredients you will need:

For coconut soup

1 cup (roughly 8 oz of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cup any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

For Red Curry

1 1/2 to 2 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class) 

For Pad Thai

3-4 tablespoon of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

For Sticky Rice & Mango

2 ripe mangoes 

You can also serve sticky rice with other fruits. Another way to serve sweet sticky is also with ice cream.

 

Tools you will need:

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer  or anything that you can steam with (this one would work or a colander that fits snuggly on top of a pot) or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

 

16 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
659

Mon, Aug. 10, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Street/restaurant Classics-Vegetarian Option Available- Virtual Class
 

These are dishes that we normally eat out a lot.

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

 

Larb, meat or tofu/mushroom salad lettuce wrap

Pineapple Fried Rice 

Yellow Curry

Pad Ka Prow (stir fry with Thai basil)

 

Other ingredients you will need

For Larb

Bib lettuce or cabbage or romain lettuce for the wrap

2 cups minced chicken, pork, beef, fried or baked tofu, mushrooms (sliced and shredded, you can mix different types of mushrooms for texture)

 

For Pineapple Fried Rice

2-3 tablespoons vegetable oil (soy bean, canola, sunflower, grapeseed, avocado, corn, safflower)

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

 

For Yellow Curry

2 cups (roughly 1 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

2 cups cubed potatoes or sweet potatoes

1 cup cubed onions

For Pad Ka Prow

2-3 tablespoons vegetable oil (soy bean, canola, sunflower, grapeseed, avocado, corn, safflower)

1/2 cup ground beef, pork, chicken, turkey, tofu or tempeh

3 cups of green beans, cut into 2 inch size (you can also mix in bamboo shoots, mushrooms, bell pepper, onions or make a combination of any of these.

1 teaspoon sugar

Tools you will need

1 medium mixing bowl

1 spoon to mix

1 3 qt sauce pot

1 or two of saute pan that is about 3 qt size.

 

14 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
661

Thu, Aug. 20, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Other Favorites- Vegetarian Option Available- Virtual Class
 

Other Favorites: Other dishes that have become popular and some of the Thais' favorites

 

If you are gluten free please let us know

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.

If you are vegetarian and would like to take this class, please let us know. We might be able to work it out for you.

Lemongrass soup w/ chicken and sweet chili paste

Pad Sew Ew w/ Chicken and Chinese Broccoli

Green Curry w/ chicken

Mixed Vegtable Stir Fry

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes and zoom link will be emailed to you two days prior. The kit will make enough food to feed 4-6 people. The price is per household up to four participants.

 

Other ingredients you will need

For Lemongrass soup

1 cup (roughly 1/2 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Pre-cookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cups any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

1 cup chicken or vegetable stock or just water is fine too if you are already cooking with meat. 

 

For Green Curry

1 1/4 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class. Please remind me to talk about rice if you plan to cook while in class) 

 

For Pad Sea Ew

3-4 tablespoons of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 cup of any of the meat above. Add a pinch of salt to marinate the meat 15 minutes prior to class. No need to precook beef or pork. Make sure the beef or pork is sliced thinly. You can also use ground beef or ground pork. (I prefer ground meat because they are more evenly distributed in the dishes.)

2 eggs

 

For Mixed Veggies

4-6 cups of any mix of veggies, keep them separate as we will add them at different time depending on the time it takes to cook them. Fresh are much better than frozen. Choices are summer squash, half and slice ½ inch thick, green beans, cut 2 inch long, carrots (sliced), broccoli (bite size), mushrooms, asparagus (2 inch pieces), cauliflower (bite size)Tools you will need

If you would like to add meat to this dish, you can prepare about 1/2 cup of any of the meat above

Tools you will need

2 of 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too), or one if you just want to transfer and wash in between dishes

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

2 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot. You can of course wash in between, we will use this size pan twice in this class.

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

 

 

 

 

16 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
662

Sat, Aug. 22, 2020 @ 11:00 AM
Thai Noodles-Vegetarian Option Available- Virtual Class
 

Get your chopsticks ready

If you are gluten free please let us know

Scroll down to see what other ingredients you will need to get to prepare for this class

Pork noodle soup w/ bean sprouts

Bean Thread Noodle Salad w/ Pork and Shrimp

Pad Sew Ew w/ Chicken

Drunken Noodles w/ beef

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to learn. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 4-6 people. If you are vegetarian, let us know and we will prepare a vegetarian kit for you.

Ingredients you will need

For Pork Noodle Soup

2 tablespoons of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 cup ground pork or ground turkey if you prefer to not use pork

2 cups chicken or vegetable stock

For Glass Noodle Salad

2-3 tablespoons of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 cup of finely/ground pork/shrimp/chicken/turkey/ground fried tofu, crumbled tempeh (I like the combination of half pork and half shrimp). In class, I will be using half pork and half shrimp, both minced.

1/2 cup chopped tomatoes

 

For Pad Sea Ew

3-4 tablespoons of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 cup of any of the meat sliced or ground, tofu (fried or baked and cubed), shrimp, cubed tempeh

2 eggs

2 tablespoons sugar

For Drunken Noodles

1/2 cup of any of the meat above. I prefer ground meat for this dish but thinly sliced will work too.

2 cups of any mix of veggies (yellow onions (sliced about 1/2 inch thick), bell pepper (sliced), mushrooms, carrots, green beans, anything really)

1 teaspoon sugar

You will need these tools

1-2 of  2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too), one to make the soup and one to blanch noodles and bean sprouts

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1-2 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot. You can always wash in between use. We will need this size pan for three of the dishes.

1 wooden or metal spatula (here is the link to purchase one

This is my favorite https://www.amazon.com/TableCraft-32405-Spatula-14-5-Inch-Stainless/dp/B003HU40II/ref=sr_1_21?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-21

or this would work too if you have non stick pan https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Utensils-Friendly-16-Inch-Cooking/dp/B07LBLPRPY/ref=sr_1_31?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-31

and https://www.amazon.com/Helens-Asian-Kitchen-97139-13-Inches/dp/B07CN3HM39/ref=sr_1_2?crid=H4S5RR0O7AMX&dchild=1&keywords=asian+spatula&qid=1590685897&sprefix=asian+spatula%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-2 

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

 

16 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
663

Mon, Aug. 24, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
Thai Favorites-Vegetarian option available- Virtual Class
 

Always the favorites, most ordered at Thai restaurants

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.


Coconut Soup with Chicken and mushrooms

Pad Thai w/ chicken

Red Curry w/ chicken and seasonal vegetables

Sticky Rice w/ MangoThis class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. 

Other ingredients you will need:

For coconut soup

1 cup (roughly 8 oz of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cup any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

For Red Curry

1 1/2 to 2 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class) 

For Pad Thai

3-4 tablespoon of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

For Sticky Rice & Mango

2 ripe mangoes 

You can also serve sticky rice with other fruits. Another way to serve sweet sticky is also with ice cream.

 

Tools you will need:

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer  or anything that you can steam with (this one would work or a colander that fits snuggly on top of a pot) or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

 

16 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B

 
Event/Date Description Openings/Price/Location
664

Thu, Aug. 27, 2020 @ 5:00 PM
Thai Favorites-Vegetarian option available- Virtual Class
 

Always the favorites, most ordered at Thai restaurants

If you are a vegetarian and would like to take this class, we can modify the ingredients for you

This class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to teach. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. The price is per household. There are also other ingredients below that you will need to get on your own to get ready for class.


Coconut Soup with Chicken and mushrooms

Pad Thai w/ chicken

Red Curry w/ chicken and seasonal vegetables

Sticky Rice w/ MangoThis class will be taught on Zoom live. We will have ingredients for you to pick up to get ready to cook. The recipes will be emailed to you two days prior. Zoom link will be sent to you as well. The kit will make enough food to feed 6-8 people. 

Other ingredients you will need:

For coconut soup

1 cup (roughly 8 oz of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin (boil ahead of time in about 1 cup of water for 25 minutes. Add more water if needed. Make sure you don't put too much water in it. When it's done, there should only be a little bit of water left), or sliced pork tenderloin (same method as beef). Precookig the beef or pork will help us to keep the cooking time the same throughout the class if others are using shrimp or chicken. 

3 cup any type of mushrooms (white button, crimini, shiitake, oyster, other exotic), sliced or quartered or other vegetables if you would like. Mushrooms work best for it's neutral flavor.

For Red Curry

1 1/2 to 2 cup of any of the meat above. If using beef or pork, precook the beef or pork before hand.

3 cups of any veggies you would like to add to your curry. Choices include summer squash (quarter lengthwise, chop to 1 1/2 inch pieces), green beans, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, Asian eggplant (same prep as summer squash), 1 inch cubes sweet potatoes, anything or a mix of things

4 cups cooked rice (if you would like to cook the rice before class, you can get 2 cups raw rice and 3 cups water ready and we will start right before class) 

For Pad Thai

3-4 tablespoon of vegetable oil (soy bean, granola, grade seed, sunflower, avocado (not extra virgin), safflower, corn

1/2 (roughly 1/4 lb of meat) cup sliced chicken breast or thighs (raw), fried cubed tofu, baked tofu, frozen tofu, tempeh, seitan, soy bean curls, peeled shrimp (raw), sliced bite size sirloin Add more water if needed or sliced pork tenderloin. Marinade the meat with a pinch of salt 15 minutes or longer prior to class. 

2 eggs

For Sticky Rice & Mango

2 ripe mangoes 

You can also serve sticky rice with other fruits. Another way to serve sweet sticky is also with ice cream.

 

Tools you will need:

2 2-6 quart sauce pots (or if you have anything bigger, that is fine too)

1 set measuring spoons (optional)

1 set measuring cups (optional)

1 at least 3 qt saute pan, a wok, a big cast iron pan, a dutch oven, a big frying pan, or a short stock pot 

1 metal or wooden spatula 

Here are the links to purchase one

This is my favorite metal spatula

or this would work too if you have non stick pan silicone spatula

and wooden spatula

The Asian spatula is a must in cooking Thai stir fries. I prefer to use metal one but if you are using a non stick pan, a wooden or silicone one would work too.)

1 steamer  or anything that you can steam with (this one would work or a colander that fits snuggly on top of a pot) or 1 clean kitchen towel to steam in the microwave instead

1 small sauce pot

 

 

16 openings available

$50.00

Jam Sanitchat

909 West Mary St. Suite B