Nundah Library Welcomes Thai Food Lovers to Free World Kitchen Workshop

Thai food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world. Many describe it as exotic because of its singular flavours and the combination of ingredients that make it distinctly delicious.

But more than being exotic, Thai cuisine is also healthy. Herbs and green vegetables are staples of Thai dishes.

The “World Kitchen: Thailand, paradise of food lovers” workshop, to be held at the Nundah Library on 17th February at 2:00 p.m., will introduce participants to Kai Tom Kamin, a Thai dish composed of a chicken stew flavoured with turmeric.

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Turmeric is a yellow root crop which is commonly used in curries because of its distinct but subtle zing. This spice is known to be medicinal because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is famously known to prevent arthritis but some studies suggest it can also prevent cancer.

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The Thai “World Kitchen: Thailand, paradise of food lovers” workshop will also feature a selection of Thai desserts.

The workshop is part of the BrisAsia Festival 2018 brought by the Brisbane City Council. The festival runs from 10th February until 4th March 2018 with more than 80 events across the city.

Phone Nundah Library at 07 3407 8701 to reserve your slot to this FREE workshop.