Family Cooking Lesson Details

Our Sugar and Spice nanny and domestic worker cooking lessons are run from the comfort of your own home.

This is to ensure your nanny is comfortable in her environment. The individual attention also allows for specifics relating to your kitchen to be explained and more time for her to ask questions as we go along.

In addition, dishes prepared during the lesson are left for you and your family to enjoy, giving you the opportunity to see and taste the meals you can expect.

Family Focused Cooking Lessons

A number of cooking lessons are currently on offer (all are fantastic family focused, healthy recipes):

  • Chicken Dishes
  • Chicken and pasta dishes
  • Fish Dishes
  • Beef Dishes
  • Light meals
  • Snacks
  • Desserts

Two toddler lessons are available (please note that these are natural with no synthetic ingredients):

  • Protein dishes
  • Carbohydrate and vegetable dishes

Each lesson is 2,5 hours long. Lessons are currently carried out in the Cape Town southern suburbs, Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl.

Please note that you can choose the number of lessons that suit your family as this is not a prescribed course. A discount is available when booking two or more lessons.

The lesson cost will exclude ingredients in order to allow each family to procure ingredients from a shop of their choice, where they can then be brand specific.

This is also advantageous to those that prefer organic, free range or items for special dietary requirements.

From time to time, group lessons can be arranged.

Please contact us should you require any further lessons not detailed above. We are open to developing and tailor-making lessons to suit your family’s needs.

 

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