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Merry Month of May Baking and Cooking Classes at The Maya Kitchen

An exciting line-up of baking and cooking classes awaits everyone at The Maya Kitchen this month of May.

On May 3-8, kids will have fun while learning how to bake and cook at the Kids Magical Adventure. Themes include: Circus, Star Wars, Pixar Party, and Let It Go. Class fee is P6,000.

For the Young Foodie Hangout (teens class), teens will be taught basic kitchen knowledge as well as learn to cook and bake recipes inspired by famous fastfood joints and restaurants. Class schedule is on May 10-13, fee is P7,000.


            Coffee 101 is on May 7Saturday1-5pm. Get an insider’s look at the various techniques in steaming, frothing and foaming of milk. Learn machine techniques in drink making and find out more about freestyle and etching in Coffee Latte Arts. Class fee is P999.

            Coffee 102 is on May 14Saturday1-5pm. Create delectable drinks like a professional barista with lectures on Choosing the Right Coffee, Coffee Latte Arts Part 2, Cold Coffee Concoctions, Equipment Maintenance and Creating Your Own Signature Drink. Class fee is P999.

Basic Culinary is on May 17-20, Tuesday to Friday (9am-3pm) and May 31-June 3, Tuesday to Friday (9am-3pm). Learn Cooking Fundamentals and International Standard Techniques of meal preparation from soup, salad, pasta, main courses to desserts for Home and Institutional Scale Kitchens with workshop. Class fee is P8,000.

            Basic Baking is on May 24-27, Tuesday to Thursday (9am-2pm). Learn Basic Baking Techniques applicable to small and commercial scale production of recipes and formulations of quick breads, pies, cookies, cakes and other bread varieties with workshop. Class fee is P7,000.

Commercial Breads is on May 28Saturday (9am-1pm). This hands-on class teaches recipes for Kopi Roti Buns, Ensaymada, Cinnamon Rolls and Oatmeal Bread. Class fee is P1,499.

For more information on this and on other course offerings, log on to www.themayakitchen.com  e-mailcontactus@themayakitchen.com  or visit The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday at 8F  Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City or call 8921185 / 892-5011 local 108 / Mobile No. +63929 679 6102.  Call and reserve a slot now!





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