Santa Ana area to host kid-friendly kitchen skills workshop

January 22, 2018 by  

The Lunar New Year is almost here, and Santa Ana kids have been offered an opportunity to come out and celebrate with a cooking class that has been planned just for them.

The workshop has been designed to teach children over the age of four a variety of kitchen skills. This will involve hands-on learning, and they will be taught how to safely use a knife and also how to follow a step-by-step recipe.

The dishes that will be made are cream cheese wontons with fried rice and barbeque chicken lettuce wraps. The organizers noted that it will be suitable for kids who can follow directions and have good fine motor skills. Parents or caregivers of a child with food allergies are asked to let the facilitator know of this when they register their son or daughter.

Tickets prices for the class start at $49 each, and a variety of options are available so that siblings can attend the event together. It is scheduled to run for two hours. A local printing services provider can craft branded aprons and other clothing for the participants to wear during a workshop like this.

This Lunar New Year-themed evening of kid-friendly cooking will be held on February 16 in Irvine’s Lil’ Chef School Learning Center. Its Facebook page includes additional details for anyone who needs them.