Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia – Online Cooking Classes
Real Community Services Participants are Cooking Up A Storm!
Over the last few weeks a number of our participants have been donning their aprons and heating up the kitchen with Jamie’s Ministry of Food Online Program. Spread across 5 weekly sessions, it’s been a great way for our participants to learn new skills, be introduced to different foods, and most importantly have some fun from the comfort of their own home.
The program is taught by professional food trainers via a live interactive video chat and teaches participants key recipes that cover every meal; from breakfast and sides to lunch and dinner. So far they’ve learnt how to make poached eggs, pasta, a Mexican feast with chilli con-carne and guacamole, and even pizza from scratch – that’s right even the dough!
As you can see from the smile on their faces, they’re absolutely loving the classes! The kitchen can be a wonderful classroom and can help give children and adults of all ages and abilities a boost of self-confidence, and help build fine motor skills. It’s also a great way to familiarise your family with new foods, and can act as a great bonding exercise.
If you’re looking to get started in the kitchen, make sure to check our blog of recipes here, or join us for the next round of Jamie’s Ministry of Food Online Program.
The next program starts on the 28th July and costs $24.95. Spots are limited so please contact our Community Engagement Coordinator Tracey-Lee (07) 5613 0170 or mobile: 0431 278 842 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book your spot!
To check out all the fun our recent particpants have had doing the cooking school, head over to our Facebook page!