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The Maya Kitchen: I Hate To Cook Cooking Class

Do you love to eat but has this mortal fear of being in the kitchen? Fret not because The Maya Kitchen has a whole lot of exciting cooking classes scheduled this month of July especially for those with "I hate to cook" mantras.


The Maya Kitchen’s ‘I Hate to Cook” Cooking Class Series will teach you the culinary basics guaranteed to take away your dislike for cooking. On July 9Saturday9am-1pm, learn how to create a 5-course meal for a family of any size. On July 16Saturday9am-1pm learn how to deal with left overs and the use of slow cookers and rice cookers. Both sessions include hands-on and group workshops. Each class costs P2,000. 
            Also on July 9Saturday9am-3pm is Beginner’s Icing. Learn how to make Boiled Icing, Swiss Meringue and Ganache. The class includes hands-on and group workshop and costs P2,000.
            Basic Culinary is on July 12-15 and July 26-29Tuesday to Friday9am-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 P9,000
            Basic Baking is on July 19-22Tuesday to Friday9am-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. Class fee is P8,000.
            Fondant Making is on July 23Saturday9am-3pm. This hands-on class includes group workshops and teaches how you can make your own fondant from scratch and decorate a cake. 
            Pies and Tarts is on July 23Saturday9am-1pm. Learn how to bake Caramel Butter Tarts, Mud Pie, Chocolate Chiffon Pie and Banana Cream Pie. The class includes hands-on and group workshops. Class fee is P2,000.
Commercial Breads  is on July 30Saturday9am-1pm.  Learn how to bake 
Kopi Roti Buns, Ensaymada, Cinnamon Rolls and Spanish Bread in this hands-on class with group workshop. Class fee is P2,000.
            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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