Fwd: SchoolHaus Cooking: Around the World Cuisine – pilot project cooking class for homeschoolers

Opportunity for cooking/cuisine class for homeschoolers. Please see below for details – contact Shanon if you have questions. 
I’m pleased to announce a pilot project cooking class for homeschoolers starting October 21 with SchoolHaus Cooking school! 

What: Around the World Cuisine Themes: East Indian, Mexican, Asian, North American, Italian, French
Who is this class for: ages 10-14 (the class needs a minimum of 8 to run and will cap at 12 students)
When: Once a month for 6 classes, Mondays from 1-3:30 
Monday, October 21st
Monday, November 18th
Monday, December 16th
Monday, January 20th
Monday, February 24th
Monday, March 16th
Where: Schoolhaus Culinary Arts, 2171 B Lorne St
How to Register: call 306-543-2665 and they will email you a registration form
Cost: $61.05 incl. tax/class for the first class, and $55.50 incl. tax for the remaining 5 classes, payable monthly

Other notes:
• The minimum requirement for the class needs to be met by Friday, October 18
• The first class is an extra $5 to accommodate our request for monthly billing and is a very reasonable processing fee
• Parents will be required to sign an enrollment contract at the time of registration to confirm their commitment for the six classes
• One chef and one assistant chef will be on hand at every class
• The school can accommodate special dietary needs – please inform of them at the time of registration. SchoolHaus is not a nut-free facility
• The school does not use boxed or prepackaged foods – the focus is on raw ingredients and learning the skills to make things from scratch
• The series will include kitchen awareness, etiquette and safety skills
• The kids are grouped into small groups of a maximum of four per station. They will make 2-3 themed items per class to share and eat after. 
• The chefs ensure that tasks are rotated with each dish so there is equal opportunity to learn the different skills
• This class is designed to encourage independence and confidence in the kitchen for your child – if a child needs extra assistance, a parent is welcome to stay, otherwise, due to safety/space limitations, parents should drop off or are welcome to wait in the cafe
• This is a pilot class. If registration capacity is reached, a wait list will be started and additional classes can be organized
• Here is a sample menu of what the kids might cook:

East Indian:
• Vegetable Samosa with cilantro dip
• Butter chicken with basmati rice
• Mango coconut ice cream

• Chicken flautas
• Mexican chopped salad
• Churros with chocolate sauce

• Ginger beef lettuce wraps
• Egg rolls
• Veggie chow mein noodles

North American:
• Pulled pork poutine
• Beef sliders
• Apple pie bars

• Spaghetti with mozzarella-stuffed meatballs and tomato sauce
• Individual pizzas with handmade dough
• Chocolate hazelnut Tiramisu

• Potato-leek soup
• Croque Monsieur
• Raspberry pan au chocolate with homemade quick raspberry jam

Please let me know if you have any additional questions – my email is Shanon.chad@gmail.com! I hope to see you there.

—Shanon Hilton