And somehow I got to know about this pizza making workshop from friend L, and is happy to know Kpo Kia falls into the age limit – Kpo Kia is underaged for most of the activities my friends’ kiddo joined.
When we reached the restaurant, Kpo Kia begins to look around. She was both curious and fearful of the new environment when a lot of staffs are being around, trying to make the parents and kids feeling comfortable and relax. The tables are all set up and the staff are welcoming – they served us ice water and pass us a form to fill up. Some parents are late, including my sotong friend who went to the wrong ‘Cathy’ building, thus we waited for 15-20minutes before we start off the session.
First thing we were asked to do is…. to wash our hands. All the kiddos are sent off to wash their hands at the nearby washrooms with their caretakers with assistance from some of the staffs.
Once done, the chef-in-charge begins to share with the children on the ingredients used for the pizza. The pizza dough was prepared in advance and placed on the table, and the ingredients are neatly placed and labeled by the sequence which they will be used. The chefs try to include some interesting fact as they introduce each new ingredient, the older kids are well engaged (probably because they understand better on the new knowledge imparted). Nevertheless, Kpo Kia show great interest in having able to hands-on touching the dough and pizza ingredients. Even Kpo Kia papa is focusing on what the chefs say (so he can guide Kpo Kia) and we really had a fun afternoon~