It is a difficult time for all of us. Schools in Victoria forwarded the school holiday earlier. Young students stay at home with the parents who have to work from home. Rolling Fun moves from class-oriented workshop to online classes to support families and communities.
We hope that we can bring fun times and good food to families during this Coronavirus crisis through the online channel. We’d like to see that the families and community feel connected during this chaotic time where each family is physically isolated.
A simple tool used in our online classes is available here.
Please enjoy our episodes.
Episode 8 shows you how to cut carrots to make fresh and yummy rice paper rolls. Carrot is one of the main ingredients in rice paper rolls recipes.
Episode 7 shows the best toolkit sets to make rice paper rolls. It includes the normal size 22 cm Rice Paper Roll Maker toolkit set (R22 Family-pack), and the smaller size 16cm Rice Paper Roll Maker set (R16 Mobile-pack).
Episode 6 introduces the best books about making Vietnamese cuisine rolls. The video featured a chef, the author of the book Vietnamese Street Food, Tracey Lister.
Episode 5 focuses on ingredients which are for gluten-free diet. Those items are non-perishable items in a family’s pantry.
Episode 4 shows the pantry ingredients to make rice paper rolls. These are the non-perishable items that you can buy and store in your family’s pantry.
Episode 3 presents the taste of the herbs introduced in episode 2. You will know the taste of the herbs to design the favorite flavors of your rice paper rolls.
Episode 2 shows popular herbs used in making the Vietnamese cuisine rice paper rolls. It introduces where you can buy the herbs for just one or two meals, or herb plants for whole year round of making the fresh rolls.
Episode 1 presents the topic of our Rolling Fun online classes – how to make and master the Vietnamese cuisine rice paper rolls.