$50.00 GST

$50 per class / one day only (Ages 7+)

Goal: Our program is designed for you to learn cooking and baking techniques and tips across the globe. Whether you are just starting out in the kitchen or you are an advanced learner, our classes are tailored so that you can learn and develop lifelong skills. Upon completing the program you or your child will receive a Nini’s Cooking Class Certificate of completion.

One day class only, the last Saturday of the month (from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.)

Dates:
February 29, March 28, April 25, May 30, June 27, July 25
August 29, September 26, October 31, November 28, December 19
January 30, 2021

Location: Evansborough NW location on Saturdays
Address: 59 Evansborough Cres NW, Calgary AB T3P 0M3


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Are you ready to amaze friends and family with your fabulous Kitchen Cookery, do you sometimes want to share your culture with friends?
Can you imagine serving an exotic meal by candlelight with family and friends?
Do you want to know how to easily whip up some juicy, mouth-watering African cuisine?
Are you looking at getting married and want to learn traditional meals?
Do you have children growing up and losing touch with culture and traditional meals?
Are you busy and can’t seem to have time to learn these meals or teach your children. Kids tend to learn from others more than family. If your answer is yes – we are here to support you. We invite you to make it a date monthly at Taste of Africaribbean class. They recipes are endless.

Are you thinking of hosting your own event? We’ve got you covered. We offer different styles with different tones e.g Africontinental meals or Africontinental appetizers. Let us know and we’ll build something just right for your group.

We also offer Weekly and biweekly classes. Nini’s Cooking Class is the perfect place for students to develop, build upon, and sharpen their culinary skills as they progress through our structured program week after week.

How about celebrating your birthday, bridal showers with friends? Will you like to have some bonding time while learning from one another and most of all enjoying your meals after? Whether your friends are male or female cooking together is a great way to celebrate and bond.

Nini’s Cooking Class will teach you some serious kitchen cookery skills so you can roll out one amazing dish after another for friends and family. You will learn to practice smart kitchen and knife safety skills with all the professional cooking techniques you have and have not seen on TV. Say goodbye to Grilled Cheese sandwiches and French Fries. Welcome to the world of the exotic flavours!

This class is offered last Saturday of every month and for one day only. Should you required an extended program please send an email to nini@niniscookingclass.ca

Call ahead to confirm meal of the month or your preferred meal if accommodated by us. Class MUST be booked minimum 2 weeks in advance except otherwise arranged.

Goal: Our program is designed for you to learn cooking and baking techniques and tips across the globe. If you will like to take a TASTE OF AFRICARRIBEAN class over 6 weeks please let us know so as to develop a plan for your group. Whether you are just starting out in the kitchen or you are an advanced learner, our classes are tailored so that you can learn and develop lifelong skills. Upon completing the program you or your child will receive a Nini’s Cooking Class Certificate of completion.

Requirement 1: Your lovely smile and a positive attitude to learn and have fun, and a take away container. Should you have left over. If you cannot finish your food you may take it with you.

Requirement 2: For kitchen safety reasons, please wear indoor closed toe shoes only, comfortable clothing, and have your hair tied  back as you will be standing, sitting and working most of the time.

Menu sneak peek: 

Edikang Ikong soup (Calabar Fresh vegetable soup)Edikang Ikong is a mouthwatering super healthy fresh vegetable soup that originated among the Efik- Ibibio people of Akwa Ibom State and Cross River State in Southeastern Nigeria. It is considered to be a delicacy among some Nigerians, and it is served during important occasions like marriages, Christmas, and thanksgiving gathering. Assorted meat and vegetable/seafood is used for this recipe. It is indigenously consumed with pounded yam, garri, fufu, and semolina, and can also be served with rice or plantain

Ofe Nsala soup ( Igbo white soup)Ofe Nsala – is a mouthwatering delicacy peculiar to the Igbo tribe of Nigeria. It is a very rich fresh fish soup, traditionally made with Catfish but you can also use meat of your choice. It is indigenously consumed with pounded yam, garri, fufu, and semolina. Ofe Nsala is known as white soup because Palm oil is not used for the preparation, unlike other traditional soups Efik people have their own version of White Soup, it’s known as Afia Efere. It is a dish that originates from South East Nigeria and it is staple throughout the country. Mostly enjoyed during celebrations, and very valuable gathering.

Classic Moroccan Lamb, Chicken or Beef Kebabs (Brochettes) – In Morocco these brochette are among the favorites. It is usually reserved for special occasions, most notably in the days following Eid Al-Adha, they’re best made with pricier, extra tender cuts of meat such as leg of lamb or fillet of steak. Morroccan kebab can be served as entrée or part of a multi-course meal, with a salad or as a sandwich filler in crusty Moroccan bread or pita

Chakalaka and papThis is a main meal on every South African dinner table. Chakalaka is a vegetable dish made of onions, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, beans and spices, and is often served cold. Pap, meaning ‘porridge’, is similar to American grits and is a starchy dish made from white corn maize.  Chakalaka and pap are often served together, along with barbecued meat (braai), bread, or salad. Chakalaka is a dish that originates from South Africa and it is staple throughout the country. Mostly during celebrations, gathering and a must have during braais (South African barbecues).

Jamaican patties ( beef or chicken) or Jerk Chicken – Jamaica is an island in the Caribbean that is famous for many things. Perhaps you’ve been dreaming of laying on the best beaches in Jamaica or swimming in the turquoise sea, but the country’s rich culture offers travelers so much more including some delicacies like Jerk Chicken and Jamaican patties. The name is derived from the Jamaican jerk spice, a flavorful mixture that marinates the chicken. Jerk spice is made from combining cinnamon, cloves, ginger, thyme, garlic, pepper and nutmeg.A Jamaican patty is a pastry that contains various fillings and spices baked inside a flaky shell, often tinted golden yellow with an egg yolk mixture or turmeric. It is made like a turnover, but is more savoury and filled with meat.

***Let us know any country’s meal you will like to learn and the number of people attending the class and we will be sure to get back to you***

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