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    Buy a block of 10 classes for your budding chef to start our food chiefs program, and save over 10%. This purchase does not book you in to any classes but provides you with credit to use when booking. 
    Please register for each class you would like to attend and enter your voucher code at checkout. 

  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way.  Today you will be making Bulgogi and rice. Bulgogi (otherwise known as ‘Korean BBQ Beef’ is fast and easy to make and is made from thin slices of sirloin or other prime cuts of beef. Before cooking the meat is marinated to enhance its flavour and tenderness with a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, garlic, ground pepper and other ingredients like ginger, onions, or mushrooms. The dish is sometimes served with a side of lettuce which is used to wrap a slice of cooked meat.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Over 8 weeks budding chefs will learn to interpret recipes, weigh and measure ingredients, and work in a team to create a wide range of dishes from all over the world.
    They start with simple recipes like cheesecake, lemon meringue pie and spaghetti and meatballs, and by the end they should be able to plan and prepare a 2 course meal!
    Cost is for a 2.5 hour classes including all ingredients, equipment, aprons and of course the dishes that they make.

    Ages 12+
    Classes may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if minimum numbers are not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.
    Bookings close 24 hours prior.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you will be making Yakgwa – Korean Honey Cookies. Yakgwa is a traditional Korean sweet, and it’s usually shaped into some sort of flower design. It’s deep-fried and very sweet, so it’s more of a dessert than an everyday cookie. Yakwa literally means medicinal confection, as ‘yak’ means medicine and ‘Awa’ means confection/sweet. The medicinal part refers to honey, an important part of traditional Korean medicine.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you will be making Yakgwa – Korean Honey Cookies. Yakgwa is a traditional Korean sweet, and it’s usually shaped into some sort of flower design. It’s deep-fried and very sweet, so it’s more of a dessert than an everyday cookie. Yakwa literally means medicinal confection, as ‘yak’ means medicine and ‘Awa’ means confection/sweet. The medicinal part refers to honey, an important part of traditional Korean medicine.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Over 8 weeks budding chefs will learn to interpret recipes, weigh and measure ingredients, and work in a team to create a wide range of dishes from all over the world.
    They start with simple recipes like cheesecake, lemon meringue pie and spaghetti and meatballs, and by the end they should be able to plan and prepare a 2 course meal!
    Cost is for a 2.5 hour classes including all ingredients, equipment, aprons and of course the dishes that they make.

    Ages 12+
    Classes may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if minimum numbers are not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.
    Bookings close 24 hours prior.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you will be making Boxty (Irish Potato Pancakes) with sausages and eggs. Boxty is a traditional Irish potato pancake that uses both cooked mashed potatoes and grated raw potatoes. It typically consists of flour, eggs and baking soda. The baking soda gives it that pancake-like rise while the raw grated potatoes imparts a nice ‘bite’ similar to a latke. The combination of the two make the perfect potato pancake.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you will be making Boxty (Irish Potato Pancakes) with sausages and eggs. Boxty is a traditional Irish potato pancake that uses both cooked mashed potatoes and grated raw potatoes. It typically consists of flour, eggs and baking soda. The baking soda gives it that pancake-like rise while the raw grated potatoes imparts a nice ‘bite’ similar to a latke. The combination of the two make the perfect potato pancake.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you’ll be making Irish Oat Flapjacks. Not to be confused with American Flapjacks which are actually pancakes. In Ireland they are oat bars. They are crunchy and a little chewy at the same time. They are made from rolled oats and other ingredients like dried fruit, nuts or seeds can be added to the mixture.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Over 8 weeks budding chefs will learn to interpret recipes, weigh and measure ingredients, and work in a team to create a wide range of dishes from all over the world.
    They start with simple recipes like cheesecake, lemon meringue pie and spaghetti and meatballs, and by the end they should be able to plan and prepare a 2 course meal!
    Cost is for a 2.5 hour classes including all ingredients, equipment, aprons and of course the dishes that they make.

    Ages 12+
    Classes may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if minimum numbers are not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.
    Bookings close 24 hours prior.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you’ll be making Irish Oat Flapjacks. Not to be confused with American Flapjacks which are actually pancakes. In Ireland they are oat bars. They are crunchy and a little chewy at the same time. They are made from rolled oats and other ingredients like dried fruit, nuts or seeds can be added to the mixture.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.


  • Food Chiefs Term 2, 2018.
    Every fortnight we will visit a new country giving the kids a flavour of a savoury and sweet dish from places far and wide.
    Each class teaches a new dish and technique, challenging their palate in a safe and nurturing way. Today you will be making Gozleme. Gozleme is a traditional savoury Turkish flatbread or pastry filled with meat, spinach, feta and lots of herbs. The possibilities are endless. But today we are going to make them with Spinach and Feta.
    Suitable for kids age 5+.
    Cancelation policy: class may be cancelled with 48 hours notice if sufficient numbers not achieved.
    Dress code: Long hair tied up and runners on feet please.
    Please notify us of any dietary requirements or allergies at checkout.