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April 10, 2013

It is NEVER too late to learn!  This week a group of educators traveled after school to the Martin’s School of Cooking at Heritage Square in Granger, Indiana.  The Kellogg Institute for International Studies offered a cooking session entitled “Taste of Thailand”.  Teams were assigned different recipes to compile for the group to taste at a “Discussion Group” seating.  The menu included:

  • Sunny’s Freshest Spring Rolls
  • Thai Coconut Chicken Soup
  • Mango Salad
  • Broccoli Stir Fry with Spicy Peanut Sauce
  • Thai Green Curry
  • Fried Bananas with Nam Prik Nam Plau (Traditional Thai Sauce)
  • Han Guk Bobb (Korean Steamed Rice)

The origin and descriptions of the Thai recipes lent to the flavor of learning about the Thai and Asian cultures.  One of the lead chefs was the owner of Sunny’s Korean Restaurant in Mishawaka, so the meal discussion revolved around differences in Thai and Korean recipes.

Kellogg Institute presents...——————————————

Attendees from Plymouth High School included Mei (Angel) Guan, Chinese Teacher; Delia Gadziola, Spanish Teacher; Rebecca Ippel, ENL Interventionist; Michele Holloway, Math; Ruthie McCollough, FACS; Stephanie Wezeman, Language Arts; and Janice Curtis, Technology Curriculum.


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