Basic cooking course

Basic cooking course
4th Apr 2018 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
Wooden spoon kitchen
51 11th Street
Ankie Niesing

Basic 4-Week cooking course in Linden Randburg

Here at Wooden spoon Kitchen, we love to cook and transfer skills. My aim with this basic cooking course is to teach basic cooking skills and impart knowledge of healthy eating to any beginner cook, nanny, au-pair or domestic workers. They will gain confidence in the kitchen and will be of a great help to you and your family.

They will also develop their self-esteem and will be proud of their accomplishments.

Our recipes are carefully chosen specially for families and are child-friendly. Following a healthy diet is a very high priority for me so the recipes we use are mostly gluten and sugar-free and full of fruit and vegetables (but we try to be discreet by hiding them from fussy eaters) Recipes can also be customised for specific dietary requirements and I will give advice on how to adapt recipes to your specific needs.

We don’t compromise on taste and use a lot of fresh herbs and spices for flavour.

What will they learn?

Food hygiene
Meal planning
Weighing and measuring
Different cooking methods
Wide variety of ingredients
Keeping stock
Table setting

What is the cost and what is included in the package?

R2500 for 4 lessons

All ingredients will be provided
Use of our aprons
Recipe booklet with detailed notes
WSK Meal planner
Lunch (eating all the lovely food they prepared)

What recipes will we make?

Here are a few:

Butternut soup
Lamb stew with cauliflower mash
Roast chicken, gravy, veggies
Super courgette salad
Courgette brownies
Chicken Traybake
Carrot and courgette muffins

How to make a booking?

If you think that this course will benefit you and your family get in contact with me through e-mail at I can only accommodate 6 students at a time so space is limited. I will send out an invoice and enrolment form for you to fill in. A deposit of R500 needs to be paid in order for me to reserve a spot in the course. Final payment needs to be made one week before the commencement of the course.


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