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Liquid nitrogen vanilla ice cream with John Placko on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make gingerbread micro sponge with candy cane ice cream and raspberry niblets with John Placko

^^^ That’s quite the mouthful, isn’t it? Literally! This week we were so lucky to welcome Chef John Placko of Modern Culinary Academy back to the lab for a little dabble in the molecular cuisine side of cooking.  John has worked with the boys a number of times before – they’ve made melon caviar, yoghurt […]

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Kids making ricotta-stuffed pasta shells with Emily Richards on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make stuffed pasta shells and ricotta with Emily Richards

We were thrilled to welcome Emily Richards into the Petits Chefs kitchen lab again this week.  She is a highly experienced Professional Home Economist with over 15 years experience in the food world. If you were a regular viewer of Canadian Living Cooks on Food Network. you might recognise Emily! It’s always wonderful to have […]

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Cheese-filled Quick Breads (Georgian khachapuri) from #TasteOfPersia on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make cheese-filled quick breads (Georgian khachapuri) with Naomi Duguid

I’m always so grateful for the generosity of Toronto chefs and food enthusiasts who come to work with the Petits Chefs and this week we can add “award winning author” to our lineup this term.  We were excited to welcome Naomi Duguid to work with the boys.  Naomi’s a food writer and photographer based in […]

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Yum Jamie Oliver spinach pici pasta on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Jamie Oliver’s Spinach Pici Pasta

^^ It’s mesmerizing, isn’t it? Little hands rolling fresh pasta noodles. For nearly 45 minutes. What a fabulous activity! Just like Play Doh, only edible! This week we didn’t have school on Monday so no Petits Chefs post to share. Instead, I thought it might be fun to show what my Cooking Basics boys got […]

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Scooping gougeres with spoons on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make gougères

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while now, you’ll know how much I love choux pastry! It’s a French classic – great for sweet and savoury applications and one of my favourite adult classes to teach. People love how easy this pastry is to make but even more, they love how impressive it […]

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Kids make Persian potato fritters with Shayma Saadat on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs made Saffron Potato Fritters in the Persian Manner with Shayma Saadat

We were thrilled to welcome out first guest to the Petits Chefs kitchen lab this week.  Shayma Saadat, who I met at an adult Afghan dumpling workshop a few years ago, is an internationally published food writer, food photographer and stylist, cook, cookery teacher, public speaker and storyteller. On her blog, Spice Spoon, Shayma  shares […]

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