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Teens Culinary Lessons at The Maya Kitchen

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Teens Cooking and Baking Camp at The Maya Kitchen

Teens 13 years old and up can look forward to “Flavors of the World – A Teen Cooking and Baking Camp” on April 27, 28, 29 and 30, Monday to Thursday, 9am-2pm at The Maya Kitchen. The class fee is P7,000 including ingredients, apron, toque and certificate.
Instructor Chef Crista Mendiola will take aspiring teen chefs to a culinary trip around the world in her course that will touch on the cuisines of Japan, Spain, Italy and France.
 
On the first day, students will be taught kitchen basics on safety, hygiene, food handling and storage, equipment, cooking and baking terms and the like. The course will then proceed to Japanese recipes of California Rolls and Temaki, Tempura, Chicken Karaage and Chahan.
It is off to Spain on day two with Tortilla Española, Buñuelos de Chorizo, Iberian Chicken and Paella. Recipes from Italy and France are on day three with Pizza, Calzone, Beignets and Eclairs.
The last day is the chance for the students to show off what they learned in a “Bake Off.” They will do ‘No-Churn’ Ice Cream and Ice Cream Sundae, Rainbow Cake and Cupcakes with Marshmallow Frosting plus Fondant-Frosted Sugar Cookies.
            For more information on this and on other course offerings, log on to www.themayakitchen.com,  e-mail contactus@themayakitchen.com  or visit The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday on the 8/F  Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City or call 892-1185 / 892-5011 local 108 / Mobile No. +63947 835 2290.

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