Hawaii Mom Blog: Pounders Restaurant Keiki Cooking Classes




January 11, 2018

Pounders Restaurant Keiki Cooking Classes

If one of your New Year’s resolution is to cook more meals with the family, than this keiki cooking class is perfect for you! Pounders Restaurant at the Hukilau Marketplace, located at the Polynesian Cultural Center, is announcing six new keiki cooking classes as part of its Keiki Culinary Academy in January and February 2018.

Taught by award-winning executive chef Felix Tai, the hour-long hands-on class will feature culinary lessons geared for children ages four to 12. Keiki will learn something new in each class, whether it is classic breakfast menu items or learning to channel their inner most Italian and making an all-time favorite, pizza dish.

“When keiki cook their own meals I’ve seen something change where they seem to enjoy and want to try new foods to develop their tastebuds.” said chef Felix Tai. “It is so fun and rewarding to see them learning new cooking techniques during the class, oftentimes, they are so excited that after the class they can’t wait to go home and share with their family!”

The Keiki Culinary Academy cooking classes will are scheduled for Janurary 13, 20 and 27 and February 10, 17 and 24 from 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Classes are available on a first-come first-served basis. Courses can be booked individually for $22 or as a series of five for $90. Hawaii residents can purchase tickets for just $15 per class by joining the Ohana Club.

For more information or to make reservations, call Hukilau Marketplace at (808) 293-3142, visit http://www.hukilaumarketplace.com/events or facebook.com/hukilaumarketplace. To receive updates, event invitations and promotions, join the Ohana Club for free at www.PCCOhana.com

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