Cooking Class - Chilli Two Ways for Kids
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Chilli to please every palate made by your pint-sized Chef
Chef Wendy - a mom herself - teaches kids safe knife use and simple steps to prepare two kinds of chilli. Kids will enjoy Chef's clear, step-by-step, instructions to creating adaptable dinners that will please the whole family. Fresh seasonal vegetables will be used to create these dishes and may include butternut, corn, quinoa, or tomatoes.
Kids need to be accompanied by an adult for this class; adults required to purchase tickets in addition to kids.
- Minimum Guests 3
- Maximum Guests 6
- Meal Courses 2
- Event Duration 2.5 hours
- Labels Group, Kids, Vegetarian
Cozymeal guest reviews for other experiences with Chef Wendy
29 Jun 2016
Mediterranean cuisine is one of the healthiest cuisines in the world and many doctors recommend it as a diet. Chef Wendy is the perfect chef to introduce you to Middle Eastern cooking. In her Middle Eastern cooking class, she will teach you how you can make delicious dishes with healthy ingredients within just a few minutes. In the end, we sat down and enjoyed her food. I really liked the hummus we made from scratch which was 1000 times better than any humus I have eaten in any restaurant or bought from any supermarket. I recommend this cooking class to anyone in Washington, DC who want to learn how to make simple and healthy Mediterranean dishes.
28 Jun 2016
Chef Wendy is a native New Yorker. Her no-fuss style and down to earth manner make for a fun class. Guests gather around the granite island in her airy kitchen and learn step by step how to make delicious hummus, salads and flatbreads from just a few ingredients. Chef Wendy is passionate about de-mystifying cooking and she does a great job of making her guests feel comfortable and at home. The food was delicious from the creamy hummus to the spicy Harissa carrots and it was a fun experience.
Meet your chef
I focus on delicious, 'healthier' home cooking with an emphasis on fun. My approach is seasonal, flavorful, healthful and satisfying. Experts agree that eating real food, vegetables and whole grains is important. At the same time, meals must be delicious and satisfying. When you cook at home, you control the quality of the ingredients, the portion size and the amount of calories in each dish. I love to help people come up with a strategy and eliminate obstacles to cooking at home.
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