Dow's Kitchen

Dow's Kitchen Thai Cooking Class for busy people About Me

I grew up helping my family run a Thai restaurant in Los Angeles. My uncle, the chef, was trained in Hong Kong and cooked for people all over the world in locations as unique as Saudi Arabia.

I learned everything I know from him and the rest of my family. Ever since I can remember, I've always been adventurous with food. I once ate nothing but my favorite fruit durian for a week when I was five and didn't get sick. I also ate my way across Southeast Asia while working as a human rights advocate. I love sharing meals with new friends. When I'm not cooking, eating, or talking about food, you can find me on the tennis courts or thinking about how to measure impact at an environmental research organization. Cooking Background

I love knowing what goes in my food so I've been cooking over 10 years. I moved to DC and couldn't find great Thai food and started to research and experiment with ingredients to recreate the tastes and smell of food from Thailand. I'm excited to share these tips with you because Thai cooking shouldn't be intimidating. Fun Fact

My name Dow means star in Thai.

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Coconut jelly with raspberries!

Coconut jelly with raspberries!

Check out these Larb tod--crispy pork meatballs with Thai aromatics and herbs.

Check out these Larb tod--crispy pork meatballs with Thai aromatics and herbs.

Chicken pineapple fried rice

Chicken pineapple fried rice


Washington D.C., DC


Thai cooking class for busy people


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