Does anyone know of a baking class,course or job, preferably in Brooklyn, NY, that my 17 year old daughter who absolutely loves baking can attend over the summer?
Baking class, course or job(9 posts)
I went to a cooking class last night. We made ravioli.
I couldn't eat it bec it wasn't kosher. Even according to yitayningwut. (It was bishul akum, and had gvinas akum in it).
I just made them-i didn't cook them. The akum boiled them and then fried them in some butter.
We also were able to make mozzarella cheese, gnocchhi, and tiramisu.
To (not) answer your question, I don't know any kosher baking schools, but there is a kosher culinary school in crown heights or somewhere. You can also go to a non kosher one, with certain restrictions. But for a baking school it should be easier.
The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts has classes on Coney Island Avenue and the JCC in the Upper West Side also has a kosher kitchen and classes.
Happy Home on Coney Island has the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts above it. They advertise that they have classes. Also pickup a Torah Times. Sometimes they have ads for baking classes.
There is a school that adv every wk in the hamodia also in bp on 16th ave peppermile adv classes for baking and cooking and then there are private pp who do it u can open up the jewish phone book a lot advertise like necha klitnick who is very good
I see people have already recommended it, but I just wanted to say that I saw the summer schedule for the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, and it looks really interesting. Your daughter should totally go for it.
No cooking classes for men?! How will I get to cook?:(
Nu nu, it's assur. Ask any upstanding CR member.
I took a baking class at The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts on Coney Island Avenue. It was fun and informative.
Definately check the place out. Their recreational classes are mixed gender, but the ongoing classes are separate.
Have fun :)
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