Summer Cooking Lesson

I’m interested to attend Del Monte Kitchenomic’s Culinary Program this summer. But one thing prevents me from doing so – lack of fund. The fee, according to the newsletter, could range up to – P3,000 or $65 to $70 – to cover the expenses for ingredients, materials, recipe handouts, apron, toque and certificate of attendance. If I could only avail a loan or some form of social security benefits, I could sign up and reserved a slot right away.

I’m actually interested to learn the basic of Healthy Baon for Kids, which is offered as free demonstration for paying participants.

If you are interested to enroll, you may call DMK Hotline at 897-7000 to reserve a slot.

All classes will be held at the Del Monte Test Kitchen, GF B3 Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

6 thoughts on “Summer Cooking Lesson

  1. jared's mum

    i agree with you on that one mommy, i’d love to attend one of these too since am really a joke in cooking, i’d love to learn how to cook something my son will love + actually eat! but apart from lack of funds i was easily discouraged because of the venue, i live up north, see 🙁

    1. Yami Post author

      @Vix, those are two similar factors – fee and location – that also discouraged me to attend cooking lessons. Ah, I was able to attend one Sylvia Reynoso cooking class several years ago, but wasn’t able to apply what I’ve learn. The fee was reasonable though.

  2. Evan

    I get newsletter from Del Monte, and I got that one as well, wish I could go, I’ve been meaning to go for a cooking class from them for so long, just never had a chance. I want to learn Japanese! 🙂 goodluck, update us up

    1. Yami Post author

      @Evan, learning Japanese cuisine sounds interesting. I’m not really sure if I can go, I have to consider a lot of things, including the exorbitant fee. 😀


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