Cooking is an artform. Celebrity chefs know well how to bring out heavenly flavours from unlikely ingredients. On the other hand, cooking is also a survival skill, this is why we teach it to our children, as part of the standard upbringing package (say ‘thank you’, wash your hands, make scrambled eggs, etc.)
Not everybody understands that cooking can also be FUN. This TEDx Adventure will prove it.
Jerzy Śliwa is a food technologist who loves cooking and has worked in several local restaurants as the sous-chef and the chef. He has experience working with children and can prove that cooking is child’s play.
We will make cake pops in a group. The children will learn to prepare basic cake dough. Each child will make 2 cake pops, covered in chocolate and ready to eat.
For children 5-9 yo
Children must be able to communicate in English, however no fluency is required
Participation is free