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Shop & Cook: Chinatown for Thai Ingredients

at Abigail's Kitchen (formerly Camaje) - Lower East Side

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Lower East Side, Manhattan
104 Mosco St
Btwn Mulberry & Mott Streets
New York, New York 10013
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 8

What you'll learn in this thai cooking class:

No need to bring anything but your hunger for good food, your thirst for knowledge, and your special someone!

Southeast Asian spices and ingredients can be daunting – lemongrass, Kaffir lime leaves, galangal, palm sugar, fish sauce and curry paste  –  but no more!

We’ll meet in Chinatown and shop at our favorite stores to get all the ingredients to cook:
  • Shrimp Tom Kha Gai
  • Chicken Green Curry
  • Coconut Rice
  • Pad Thai
  • Green Papaya Salad

All Abigail's Kitchen cooking classes are complimented with local beer and wine.
School Notes:
We don't have any age restrictions on either our classes or events. We take people of all ages, but those under 21 years of age are not allowed to consume wine or any alcoholic beverages.

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We have a strict 1 week cancellation policy for all of our events. Up 1 week before the event, a full refund will be provided. Date and event transfers are allowed up to 3 days before the event subject to a $25 per ticket transfer fee.


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Question from Anonymous
Is the class awkward if you come alone?
Answer from Susan D. Verified Student
Not at all . Most of our group was singles . Everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi there! Not at all. People come solo all the time!
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Question from Georgia V.
How long does the shopping portion of the class usually take? What happens in the case of severe weather conditions? Is the class rescheduled entirely or is the shopping portion cut short? Thanks in advance!!
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Georgia! According to Camaje, the shopping part is 1-hour max. They have never had severe weather that has required amending the class. Hope this helps!
Question from anonymous
Is the price for 2 people?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi there! This class price is for 1 seat/student. If you are interested in purchasing for two people, you'll have to book 2 seats. Hope this helps!

Reviews of Classes at Abigail's Kitchen (formerly Camaje) (311)

(311 Reviews)
Shop & Cook: Chinatown for Thai Ingredients
Reviewed by Gwendolyn B. on 6/16/2019
Chef Roger, was very knowledgeable. He gave us clear directions as we prepped and shared information about the ingredients we were using and their origins and importance in each dish. I appreciated the one-on-one attention he provided and walked away with a few helpful knife tips that I will be using at home. My husband and I really enjoyed this Shop and Cook Class: Thai Cuisine.
Shop & Cook: Chinatown for Thai Ingredients
Reviewed by Cathy G. on 9/16/2018
Chef Abigail Hitchcock was just wonderful. She showed me some of her favorite places in Chinatown to shop for Thai ingredients, fish, and veggies. She has so much experience there and I, who am relatively new to the city, would have no way of sorting all the options out like that. Then we went to her restaurant and spent the afternoon cooking in her professional kitchen before her first service started. I learned a ton and she is funny and charming and easy to be around. And the food was amazing. I take a lot of cooking classes in NYC and this was hands down the best yet. I will be back for more!
Shop & Cook: Chinatown for Thai Ingredients
Reviewed by Susan D. on 4/29/2018
Fabulous ! Really enjoyed the shopping . Made a lot of dishes and learned a lot of “pearls”
Shop & Cook: Chinatown for Thai Ingredients
Reviewed by Lisa M. on 4/29/2018
Really great value for money. Learnt where to shop for best authentic ingredients and had a great experience cooking with Abby in her restaurant. Not only learnt new skills and techniques but got to enjoy the delicious food with a couple of glasses of wine. Would highly recommend this course.
Shop & Cook: Chinatown for Thai Ingredients
Reviewed by Anonymous on 6/16/2019

School: Abigail's Kitchen (formerly Camaje)

Abigail's Kitchen (formerly Camaje)

The school, located in Greenwich Village, is owned by Abigail Hitchcock. It has been open for almost 13 years, something of a record in Manhattan.

The cooking classes in in this school offer a unique experience of learning in a working restaurant kitchen. (If there’s a sudden rush, students stand back!)...

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