Paris International Cooking School

Paris International Cooking School provides weekly cooking classes designed for teenagers on Saturdays. Teenager Cooking Classes are fully practical (hands-on), students are fully involved from food preparing, cooking to serving. Each intake runs once per week for four weeks. There are two intakes during school term.


Teenagers Cooking Class


In a small group students will learn to prepare a range of soups, starters, main courses, side dishes and desserts. All cooked food will be consumed by students during lunch. Students can also take leftovers home.

Teenager Weekly Cooking Classes will return later this year.

We offer Teenager Holiday Cooking Workshops during school holidays.

Outline:

Each week, the student will learn to cook 3 new dishes (recipes) each week. For the list of recipes students will learn, please click on "menu" above.
All the dishes will be made from scratch and will be 100% done by students. From preparing of ingredients to actual cooking. Followed by eating of the meal (in front room). At end of each Workshop, students will also need to clean up all the cooking equipment and dishes they used.

Enrol:

If you are interested in Teenager's Cooking Class, please enrol as early as possible.

For safety reason the minimum age for the Teenagers workshops is 10 years old. No upper age limit.

Our workshops are fully practical, students in group of four are fully involved from food preparing, cooking to serving. Our workshops are not cooking demos, students are not sitting there and watching us.

Advanced teenagers are welcome to attend our regular Cooking Classes (weekly class, over 8-week period) if they are age 16 or over.

Can't commit to weekly Cooking Class or not available on Saturdays? We also offer Teenager's Holiday Cooking Workshops during School term breaks.

Special offer:

You can save $60 if you book both intakes (during the school term, 8 weeks in total).

This Teenagers Cooking Class runs subject to minimum number of students. The maximum number of students per class is 8.

what to bring
Students are required to bring two tea towels, plastic food containers (for leftover food), school apron (given to student in first class) and wear fully closed flat shoes.









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Teenager's School Holiday Cooking Workshop menu sets (lists of recipes):

menu 13 (April 2016)

menu 12 (January 2016)

menu 11 (December 2015)

menu 10 (Sept/Oct 2015)

menu 9 (June/July 2015)

menu 8 (April 2015)

menu 7 (January 2015)

menu 6 (July 2014)

menu 5 (January 2014)

menu 4 (January 2013)

menu 3 (September 2012)

menu 2 (July 2012)

menu 1 (January 2012)

menu set (December 2011)

menu set (September 2011)

menu set (July 2011)

menu set (April 2011)

menu set (January 2011)



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