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2 weeks ago

Back 2 Basics KZN

Looking forward to see all the familiar faces again during this December Holiday Club.

For Bookings
Email: whatswallycooking@gmail.com ...

Looking forward to see all the familiar faces again during this December Holiday Club.

For Bookings
Email: whatswallycooking@gmail.com

2 weeks ago

Back 2 Basics KZN

Back 2 Basics is back yet again with another exciting holiday club filled with yummy & fun dishes to make for the little ones.

Please note that bookings are essential as we will not be taking walk ins.

Bookings are confirmed by payment only.

Spaces are limited to 10 Children per Class

Email: whatswallycooking@gmail.com

or

Call / whatsapp Chef Wally on : 0828552204 ...

Back 2 Basics is back yet again with another exciting holiday club filled with yummy & fun dishes to make for the little ones. 

Please note that bookings are essential as we will not be taking walk ins. 

Bookings are confirmed by payment only. 

Spaces are limited to 10 Children per Class

Email: whatswallycooking@gmail.com 

or 

Call / whatsapp Chef Wally on : 0828552204

5 months ago

Back 2 Basics KZN

So incredibly happy and abundantly grateful to have been given the opportunity to give back today. The Back 2 Basics team and myself (Chef Wally) got the chance to teach a cooking class at Mother of Peace-Illovo I don't know who enjoyed themselves more, us or the kids! 😃 ...

So incredibly happy and abundantly grateful to have been given the opportunity to give back today. The Back 2 Basics team and myself (Chef Wally) got the chance to teach a cooking class at Mother of Peace-Illovo I dont know who enjoyed themselves more, us or the kids! 😃

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031 903 5126

Back To Basics is a cooking school for children that does just that, we go back to the basics and believe that “everyone can cook”!

 

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Kids Cooking Classes.

  • Lessons run Mondays to Fridays,
    from 2pm onwards, after school.
  • Lessons run during school terms.
  • Lessons last for 1½ hours,
    every week.
  • Each Class is a different lesson as
    we have a curriculum to follow.
  • There is a maximum of 10 kids per
    class.
  • Price includes ingredients, the use
    of the equipment and resources.
 
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To give a child from a young age (age of 7) an opportunity to have a love for cooking. Cooking should never be a chore in the kitchen, my aim is to change the child’s mind frame of cooking and to be more equip for when life happens.To be taught the value of cooking in their lives, and who knows, there could be some kids who might be master chefs in the making and their parents can send them to Culinary School.

One of the biggest benefits of learning to cook is the positive effects it can have for health.  When kids start learning to cook they also often learn about the properties of the food they use in their creations, giving them a better awareness of what‘s good for them and what isn’t.

“EVERYONE CAN COOK” – There are ways and methods and with guidance, that is what we offer.

LESSONS
  • Lessons run Monday to Friday, from 2pm onwards, after school.
  • Each Class is a different lesson as we have a curriculum to follow.
  • There is a maximum of 10 kids per class.
  • Lessons run during school terms.
  • Lessons last for 1½ hour, every week, per child. This cost includes ingredients, the use of the equipment and resources. Cost will be given on registration as it varies depending on the price of food.
  • Once I have applications, I can assess the ages and per group.
  • Registration Fee to be paid on application to acquire the compulsory apron.
MIN CRITERIA
  • Kids want to learn to cook.
  • Both boys and girls are welcome.
  • Takkies or Closed shoes are required to be worn when cooking.
  • When their Aprons are given, they have to have that on at all times
  • (These are listed for safety and their protection of clothes, as kids often get dirty, especially when cooking)