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Garrin B

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Cooking Class Parties, Public Cooking Classes & Dinner Parties - Thai, Italian, Indian, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Chef in Halifax, Nova Scotia

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www.....com Take your palate on a culinary tour around the world with Chef Garrin.....International Cooking Classes specializing in Authentic Thai, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean, Chinese and Japanese Cuisines. In just one class you'll learn to cook AUTHENTIC dishes like a professional Chef easily in your own kitchen, PLUS all the skills and short cuts you'll learn during my class will definitely make you a better "chef at home"Detailed recipes are supplied to take home with you..... Participants of my classes always leave completely satisfied enjoy the freshest ingredients, and the most delicious dishes you've ever tasted.... guaranteed. Class Participants also learn the following: * Popular Ingredients ( Spices, Herbs, Meats & Vegetables ) * Best Brands to use and where to find them locally. * Chopping, cutting and cooking techniques and shortcuts. * How to properly use and care for your equipment. * Confidence in preparing these recipes at home. Chef Garrin loves to share his knowledge and passion for International Cuisine, professionally trained in all aspects of cooking and specializing in Thai, Indian and Italian Cuisines for the last 11 years and also teaching Chinese, Japanese and Gluten-free cooking classes.


Karen P

I taken numerous classes with Chef Garrin over the past year. I have found him to be good-natured, well-organized and reliable. He has obviously put a lot of work into the structure of his classes- they are always imaginative, informative and innovative. Chef is a gracious hosts, welcoming all learners into his kitchen. He is patient with all skill levels, yet adroit at maintaining class direction and harmony. His kitchen is meticulously clean and well-equipped. He displays great knowledge in both the culinary techniques as well as the cultural references to the meals we create together. In conclusion, I would say the Chef Garrin loves his work, loves the food he prepares and loves to share both with his students.

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