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    Located at 8 Shepherd Street - Chippendale, ZIGI'S Cooking school offers various classes as kids cooking, Knives Skills, Molecular Gastronomy... We would like to encourage children to cook healthy and fresh meals by teaching them good habits. The classes will always have a specific theme and will be taught by our Chef Zigi Ozeri. Zigi has his own restaurant, organizes several cooking classes in his professional kitchen and know how to teach his knowledge and create a relaxed atmosphere. The ... Read more cooking class will be adapted for children from 7 to 12 years old, and they will be able to apply school competences as reading mathematics... during the classes.

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    Arts & Crafts Cooking Classes & Lessons

    Fun meets learning! Get the kids involved in their food in our weekly free kids baking classes. Every Saturday our Sydney and Melbourne bakeries get kids to make their own baked goodies to take home (if they last that long!). Advance online bookings are essential. We also run school excursions and our very popular school holiday programs. See our website for details.

    Camilla Baker kids cooking classes are a real treat for both children and parents. The kids get to interact in the kitchen; make and eat delicious, healthy food and the best news is...there's no mess for mum or dad to clean up! Camilla Baker cooking classes also caters kids parties in your backyard, in parks, at the beach...anywhere your child's imagination takes them! We look forward to feeding you at your next party

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Private cooking lessons

    15-07-2014 by Camilla

    “The first thing we need to do is buy a couple of good knives,” Camilla tells me after I’ve contacted her for some cooking lessons for my daughters, ages 12 and 9. As a fine artist, I should know this, and Camilla—who accompanied me on the knife errand—was right: good tools are fundamental (even though the tools Camilla uses are scarier). Then there’s the important issue of learning how to use them, which Camilla brilliantly, patiently tackled with my excited, novice chefs over the course of three two+-hour, semi-private lessons (there were three girls in the class). An exceptional teacher, Camilla possesses a sunny passion about food, which is downright contagious. I’d hoped my girls would acquire some basic skills in the kitchen—and they weren’t the only ones to benefit: I finally learned about good knives and how to chop properly—and as they made their way through Camilla’s inventive, delicious recipes (at the end of each session, I got to taste what they’d made), it became apparent they were gaining so much more. In addition to being enriched with skills and creative ideas, my girls were empowered by the experience. I know we will look back on Camilla’s cooking classes as a turning point opportunity. Camilla will remain a key point of reference for our family as my young chefs branch out into the wonderful, flavorful world ahead them.

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