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Great way to spend the day, the trip to the market and the rice paddy was helpful cultural context. The class itself was informative, entertaining and the food was delicious. A big shout out goes to Aunty Puspa who is just fabulous :)
Words can't capture the overall experience of visiting and cooking with Adi and Frances and their wonderful team of helpers at Tresna Cooking School. You will be transported to a magical place the moment you arrive. Absolutely everything is a feast for all the senses. You will be surrounded by beauty, kindness, love and will likely create the most magical meal of your life! I have taken many cooking classes in Bali and around the world, and this was by far the best... in another stratosphere. Can't wait to go again...and again…
Adi & Frances Tresna cooking school is an excellent 'paddock to the plate' culinary experience. Set on river front acreage in a village 5 minutes from Ubud, Adi's passion for growing & cooking Balinese food, & his & Frances' ability to communicate what they do and 'how to' shine through. We have done quite a few cooking courses over our 30 years of visiting Bali, & Tresna cooking school is trumps. Almost all of the herbs & spices are grown on the property, & harvested by Adi & his guests prior to starting the class - more interesting than buying t the market, because you see what the ingredients look like in the raw. Not just lemongrass, ginger, turmeric, kencur & basil, but various herbs & spices you'll not have seen or heard!! See jangu & long pepper in situ, then use them! All Balinese rather than Indonesian recipes, some of which are festival/temple dishes only! & the hosts (& their helpers) are equally special!! Ten out of ten.