We were getting picked up at 7 o'clock in the morning: we went to the market and bought all the ingredients. When we arrived at the hotel, We got a nice breakfast and 8 o'clock start cooking. We made beef rendang, sateh with peanutsauce, spring rolls, pancakes and more. At the market they ask if you've like fish or meat or vegetables and then pick dishes that you're going to cook that day based on your preferences.
It was a Sunday at the cooking class where we learned a lot that we will do at home. Do note that it's a western price at almost $45 per person, but it's better to invest in experiences than all the souvenir stuff so I'm glad I did it.
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