Zaman International's Culinary Arts Kitchen has opened enrollment for its Spring and Summer Community Cooking Classes.
Beginning on April 27, both adult and children's classes will offer the entire community an opportunity to learn a variety of culinary skills. Even better, participants will have the opportunity to give back to Zaman's client families.
The first round of classes will be taught by a team of instructors, including Chef Daniela Abel, a culinary instructor with extensive curriculum development and public speaking experience, Chef Adriana Kalota, and guest cook Diane Mancinelli. Adult cooking classes will feature homemade pasta basics, Tuscan cuisine, easy weeknight meals, and more. Children ages 8-12 will be able to create herbed pasta and vegetables from their own DIY herb gardens, prepare breakfast basics like pancakes and an egg scramble, and even make their own homemade pasta with meatballs.
Proceeds from the classes will support Zaman's programs, which provide basic needs assistance and vocational skills training to women and children living in poverty throughout Southeast Michigan.