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Bake Me Won­ders

48 Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad, TTDI, KL (011 1280 5733/www.bake­me­won­ders.com.my). So your eight-year-old has been watch­ing ‘Ju­nior Masterchef’ and wants a slice of the pie; Bake Me Won­ders has bak­ing classes for kids four and above, culi­nary classes for kids eight and above and even older miniEs­coffiers (13-16 year olds) can get in­volved in their ProBak­ers class. They also hold spe­cial events like hol­i­day camps and par­ties. Sat, 10am-3.30pm.

NEW BakeLab by Teamo

Lot 3F-19, Third floor, Bangsar Vil­lage II, Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar (012 305 9817/ www.teamobake­lab.word­press.com). Cook­ies, cakes, pies, tarts, breads, rolls, need we say more? Here, your kids will def­i­nitely have a yummy time while cul­ti­vat­ing the art of bak­ing and get­ting their hands greasy. Par­ents can chill over at the milk bar while wait­ing for the kids or get some shop­ping done. Sat-Sun, 11am-7pm.

The Cooking House

173 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar, KL (012 395 1243/www.the­cook­ing­house.com). Classes here have run the gamut and taught kids young and old how to make ev­ery­thing from chur­ros and mac­arons to great big steaks and del­i­cate sushi. Their sched­ule is ever chang­ing and in­cred­i­bly in­ter­est­ing. Classes are very much hands on and even if your kids have never boiled an egg, don’t fear. Classes can of­fer solid in­struc­tion in ba­sic cooking skills be­fore they progress to more ad­vanced menus. Bet­ter yet, get in­volved your­self. Daily, 9.30am-6pm.

Grace Home Cakes

16-1 Jalan Medan Pu­tra 4, Medan Pu­tra Busi­ness Cen­tre, Jalan Man­jalara, KL (03 6277 1977/www.grace­home­cakes.net). Sign up for classes and learn how to make mouth-wa­ter­ing desserts like cheese cakes, choco­late cakes, cup­cakes and even cook­ies. Kids and tweens will bake cook­ies, cakes and learn ic­ing dec­o­ra­tion tech­niques while Mum and Dad get to taste their chil­dren’s hand­i­work af­ter. Have a look at the web­site for de­tails on classes and reg­is­tra­tion.

LaZat

Jalan Sri Pen­chala, KL (019 330 1312/www. malaysia-kl­cook­ing­class.com). Ever wanted to learn how to cook Malaysian del­i­ca­cies? Well, here at LaZat, you can. Learn how to whip up ev­ery­thing from nasi le­mak to char kuey teow and otak-otak. As­pir­ing chefs will be al­lo­cated in­di­vid­ual, fully equipped cooking sta­tions and plenty of as­sis­tance is avail­able.

Melinda’s Bak­ing Classes

Pan­dan In­dah, KL (012 640 9809/ myap­plek­itchen.blogspot.com). Grownups have loads to choose from, like the cup­cake, cookie or many cake classes. Most of the classes are catered for Mum and Dad but if you let them know in ad­vance, the friendly owner will come up with a bak­ing ses­sion suit­able for you and your lit­tle baker. Give them a call to sched­ule a class.

Nathalie’s Gourmet Stu­dio

Unit A4-1-5, So­laris Du­ta­mas, Jalan Du­ta­mas, KL (03 6207 9572/ nathaliegourmet­stu­dio.com). Even kids can dis­cover the se­crets and joys of French cui­sine through Nathalie’s hands-on cooking classes, demos and pri­vate classes. Good­ies the likes of mac­arons, French bread and vi­en­nois­eries are just a sam­ple of what kids can learn to make. Do check out their web­site from time to time to see what classes are avail­able. Tue-Wed, 10am-6pm; Thu-Sat, 10am-11pm.

Young Chefs Academy

5-3 Jalan 26/70A, Desa Sri Har­ta­mas, KL (03 6211 2433/www.youngchef­sacademy. com).

Nathalie’s Gourmet Stu­dio

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