The day started at 7am with pick-up by Irma and a tour of the local market with Rosie. This was enjoyable. Then we were taken to the cooking school and had breakfast - don't order too much as you will be eating all of the food you make. After a short wait we went to the cooking area and the dishes were explained, then aprons were donned and chopping began. We made Ikan Pepes (tuna fish in banana leaves), ayam (chicken) satay, soto (soup) ayam, beef rendang, spring rolls and black (sticky) rice dessert.
You can get involved as much as you like, chopping, stirring and grinding. All good fun and then you get to eat the dishes as you go along. It was all so tasty. We really enjoyed making the spring roll wrappers and it was the best beef rendang we have had in Bali.
It costs 450,000 per person and it was worth it. Thank you Irma, Rosie and Wati for a great day. I can't wait to make all of these dishes once I get home.
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