Organised by Galway chef and local restaurateur JP McMahon, the idea proved to be so popular that he's since added a second date for the online cooking classes.
Stuck for ideas on how to keep the kiddos busy? An online cooking course is sure to entertain them for a while... and let's be honest, having a new little kitchen helper to lend a hand come dinner time would be a definite bonus.
Headed up Galway chef JP McMahon - the owner of several local spots, including the Michelin-starred Aniar Restaurant - he's a big advocate for old traditional cooking and preservation methods.
Deciding to add a second kids cookery course date "due to phenomenal demand", the plan is for it to run concurrently with the first. Taking place on Sundays, the second course kicks off next month on April 11th.
Due to phenomenal demand, we've added a second date for our kids online cooking classes @aniargalway. This course will run concurrently with our first, taking place on Sundays. You can book in on our website. Thanks so much for your support ❤️ pic.twitter.com/QrYSa73gFw
— Jp McMahon (@mistereatgalway) March 3, 2021
Running for eight weeks, each class will last two hours and you can find out full details and book your spot by checking out the Aniar Restaurant website here
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