Cooking class for maids

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Cooking class for maids

Postby hsm » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:11 am

Hi

Anyone has sent their maids for cooking class? any recommendations?

Thanks

hsm
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Re: Cooking class for maids

Postby mummybeebee » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:04 pm

So far, I've only send my helper to the cooking classes organised by community centres. They have those monthly cooking classes that are run by FAST (???) for helpers. The cost is S$ 5 per session. After the class, the maids are invited to stay for lunch. The maids receive the recipe and cooking instructions as well.

Although my maid has attended a few of such sessions + learn from my MIL, I must say that her aptitude for cooking is as good as mine - which is poor! And she's still struggling to put together a proper meal for us.

I have also found a few school that caters to helpers but have not tried out. So, not able to comment
http://www.scbm.com.sg/home.html
http://www.expat-kitchen.com/basic-cooking-0
http://www.cookerymagic.com/
http://www.tottstore.com/
https://www.theafcstudio.com/courses/

Good luck!

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