Mini Gordons and Nigellas, rejoice! Little ones will no longer have to wait until the end of term to take part in Camp Asia’s brilliant kids’ cooking classes. Due to popular demand, the team has launched Saturday Super Chef – a series of eight-week programmes for foodies aged six to 16.
Head Chef Tim Ong has taught over 1,000 children to whip up over 20,000 dishes during the Camp Asia’s Super Chef during the school holidays – and soon he’ll be mentoring a whole lot more!
From February 7th 2015, Saturday Super Chef will open its doors to kids who love cooking, baking, eating or simply getting incredibly messy in the kitchen. The eight-week sessions will take place at Stamford American International School, which is renowned for its world-class facilities.
Based on the age of your little Jamie or Delia, there are three Saturday Super Chef courses to get stuck into. Read on for all the info…
Little Chefs: Kids aged six – eight
For chefs that love getting their hands dirty in the kitchen. This course will cover some basic rules around safety and hygiene to create a careful, clean and fun kitchen to enjoy cooking in. To kick off their passion for cooking, children will recreate some of their favourite food – from triple choc-chip cookies to healthy banana oatmeal muffins. As well as getting hands on (and covered in goo!), kids will learn more about where our food comes from and how to stay healthy.
Homemade Fast Food: Kids aged nine – 11
Because everyone loves burgers! This programme will prove that pizza doesn’t always come in a box or burgers wrapped in paper. Kids will make awesome fast food from scratch, learning about the differences they, as chefs, can make to its content along the way. From classic cheeseburgers to creative approaches to oven-baked fried chicken, children will grasp that their favourite food is healthier when it’s homemade.
Dishes To Save Your Life: Kids aged 12 – 16
The aim of this course is to prepare students for independent life after school. Cooking is an important life skill and enables teenagers to create good eating habits as part of a balanced lifestyle. We know that so many college students survive on cheap takeaways and instant noodles as they don’t have basic cooking skills, but this programme will prove that cooking fast, simple, healthy and cheap dishes is easy when you know how.
And there you have it! Keen to sign your child up to one of Camp Asia’s eight-week Saturday Super Chef programmes? The first course will start on February 7 and is set to fill up fast, so book here to avoid disappointment. For information on later courses, plus to find out more about the new Saturday Sports classes, check out Camp Asia’s website.