Keen To Cook?
The Finder Singapore|Issue 302
If your helper could use some help in the kitchen, or she wants to improve her own skills, consider sending her to these cooking and baking classes. It’s a win-win!
Karola Clark

ACMI

ACMI, which is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore and focuses on empowering and assisting migrant workers in SG, offers Biscuit and Cake, and Bread and Pastry baking courses ($100 each), which run for 10 sessions on Sundays. Two popular cooking courses – Asian Cooking and International Cooking – are also available here. Each course costs $112, runs for 10 weeks, and on Sundays. (Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Agape Village, 7A, #04-01, 319264, 6801 7400, www.acmi.org.sg)

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