Market Tour and Cooking Class
Kids and Families Class
Noodle Making Class
San Diego, California
Thai Cooking Demo & Dinner
Join Christy one of the co-founders of Courageous Kitchen for dinner and demo session serving your delicious Thai favorites. This is a great chance to enjoy a great meal, try your hand at cooking, and get to know the story of Courageous Kitchen first hand!
Bangkok Street Food Tour
Bangkok is the world’s street food capital! Are you ready to visit stalls and carts serving up delicious food in the city? We’re share some of our favorites and give you the confidence you need to do some street food exploring on your own!
Our supporters can finally sport the Courageous Kitchen logo in their own kitchen! Adult and kid sizes are now available.
Courageous Recipes 2019
Interested in Thai cooking? Download a few of our most popular recipes and help us fundraise a much larger cookbook.
Street Food 101 Pocket Guide
Ready to master Thai street food for your visit to Bangkok? This guide is a crash course on navigating the dizzying street food options available in Bangkok!
A special invite has our US based team hanging out in the Bay area recently, and we couldn't be more thrilled to share how we brought Courageous Kitchen vibes to employees at Airbnb headquarters! Courageous Kitchen larb and papaya salad stations in the kitchen at...
Sustainability has becoming a much larger global conversation, and we've been thoughtful about how to be more friendly to the environment in our cooking classes, reduce waste, and encourage others to do the same. Bangkok's International Schools have also been a part...
When record temps hit, the people of Thailand know how to relieve the heat with a little know, but delicious Thai dessert.
This drunken noodle dish from Thailand is often featured in our morning market cooking class, but today we wanted to share a version with a slight twist.
Today's shared plate is a piping hot bowl of mushroom soup known by locals as 'gaeng hed'. The soup's popularity pales in comparison to Thai cuisine's soup juggernauts such as tom yam, and tom kha soups. However, despite not having as strong a reputation, we believe...
Today’s shared plate is a favorite Thai street food snack! Known as ‘hoi tod’ (หอยทอด) in Thai, this concoction of batter fried mussels is hawked most commonly by street food vendors selling pad thai.