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Home Fresh Kids Cooking Experience at Norwood

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by Rebecca Hunt (subscribe)
I am a Secondary English teacher and mother living in Adelaide. Every time I travel overseas I see Adelaide with fresh eyes and am reminded how wonderful it is. Hopefully I can share some of what I see with you. rebeccajanehunt.wordpress.com
Published July 10th 2014
Better than a babysitter
If you, like me, feel guilty finding a babysitter for a reason so 'selfish' as doing a bit of shopping and / or you're looking for a fun activity for kids aged between 4 and 14, Home Fresh is the answer! For just $20 you get to drop your child(ren) off and browse The Parade, Norwood for 1 1/2 hours child free.

So what do the kids do while you're becoming human again? They put on their chef's apron and hat (see photo below) and prepare a meal with (at present) professional chef Jean-Claude de Toulouse. The kids are taken to a local supermarket where they are taught about organic foods and how to shop. They then return to Home Fresh and prepare, cook, and eat a simple, delicious meal. They are also taught to set out their plates and cutlery, and clean up after themselves.
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Excited & Ready To Cook

Home Fresh is not just a cooking school, it's a homewares business too. On the day of your child's cooking class you get 10% of all items.

The verdict from my daughter (five years old): "Fantastic! I got to chop tomatoes and green stuff [chives]."
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Eating The Results

To check out the website and see all the other classes on offer, go to the Home Fresh website.
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Why? Fun cooking experience for kids.
When: Check website for cooking dates and times.
Phone: 0466 158 453
Where: 1 Norwood Mall, 166 The Parade, Norwood
Cost: $20
Your Comment
I think it is great that they go to the supermarket as well. That will make them more aware of what they are buying in the future.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12594) 2220 days ago
Great article and great event. It would help if the map reference provided was correct for the venue location.
by sandr (score: 0|2) 1310 days ago
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