Saturday, November 19, 2011

The Star - 8 June 2011

8 June 2011 - The Star attended our parent & child cooking class. The writer came with her 4 year old daughter to have a hands-on experience in cooking a meal, mother and daughter style. Like we always say, it is not so much about the cooking but the bonding. Yes, indeed having a fun time with your child while whipping up something delicious is a worthwhile endeavour.

All the parent & child attendees learnt how to make three dishes. The kids were encouraged to use the cookie cutter to shape the dough for the homemade spinach noodles, helped clean the corn for the corn fritter and putting the finishing touches to the mango yoghurt dessert. Yes, Chef!

Friday, November 18, 2011

The Star - 19 Oct 2011

19 Oct 2011 - Ms Low Hooi Bee is a behavioural therapist who works with children with autism and dyslexia. In her research, she discovered that a casein free and gluten free diet is beneficial for kids with autism and ADHD. Results showed that kids feed with a gluten free diet achieved vast improvements in their behaviours and better mental development. Gluten is a protein composit found in foods processed from wheat and related grain eg. barley and rye.

Hooi Bee (or Chef Bee as she is fondly known to us) teaches gluten free cooking classes and chinese cooking classes at At 19 Culinary Studio. Her aim is to equip new cooks with the confidence and skills to cook a nutritious meal for the whole family.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Star - 25 Sept 2011

25 Sept 2011 - Ms Goo Chui Hoong is a consultant dietitian who recently returned to Malaysia from the UK two years ago, having studied and worked in the UK for 10 years. Together with her eye specialist husband, they are writing and publishing a recipe book for "Healthy Eyes".

Ms Goo has a passion for cooking and teaches "Healthy Cooking" at At 19 Culinary Studio. Her Healthy Cooking classes includes themes such as beating bad cholesterol, prevention of cancer, diets for diabetics, healthy eating for children, food for eyes, feeding greens to kids who hate veggies and many more.

At 19 Culinary Studio is proud to have Ms Goo who is a qualified dietitian conducting cooking classes teaching our students on the importance of healthy eating and delicious meals.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

The Star - 15 Oct 2011

15 Oct 2011 - Chef Khairil Anwar Ibrahim who is a chef lecturer with Taylors School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts has recently won silver medal in the 5 course set menu category at the FHM Culinaire Malaysia 2011. FHM is Malaysia's premier food & hotel exhibition show held every two years. This year it was held from 20 to 23 Sept 2011.

FHM 2011 has grown to become one of the region's most celebrated food, beverage and hospitality shows. One of the most anticipated highlights of the show is Culinaire Malaysia 2011 which saw top class chefs whipping up creative culinary feasts.

Chef Khai (as he is more fondly known) teaches sunday cooking classes at our culinary studio. At 19 Culinary Studio is proud and congratulates Chef Khai on his win amongst top chefs from hotels and other schools in Malaysia.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Nanyang Siang Pau - 3 Mar 2011

3 Mar 2011 - Nanyang Siang Pau attended our "Healthy Cooking Class series" and featured an article with healthy cholestrol free recipes taught by At 19 Culinary Studio. Our qualified dietitian, Goo Chui Hoong shared with participants a hands-on cooking class with delicious recipes such as 1. Roasted tomatoes, walnut and blueberry salad, 2. Tea smoked Salmon with orange, almond and chickpea cous cous, and 3. Chilled Fruit Soup

New Straits Times - 8 Mar 2011

8 Mar 2011 - The New Straits Times featured an article "Dishes for Diabetics" after attending At 19 Culinary Studio's :Healthy Cooking Class" series conducted by our qualified dietitian, Goo Chui Hoong. The class was designed for those who are tired of listening to the same dietary advice, or yes, you’ve heard it all before; but when it comes to cooking - what shall I eat and how do I cook it? - are questions always asked but left unanswered. Participants joined Ms Goo to get some answers with a hands-on cooking lesson.

Utusan Malaysia - 22 Feb 2011

22 Feb 2011 - Utusan Malaysia's article entitled "Health is Wealth" was based on the writer's experience in attending one of our healthy cooking class. The cooking class theme was "I have High Cholestrol, what should I eat?" conducted by our qualified Dietitian Goo Chui Hoong. Participants joined Ms Goo to get some answers for a healthy diet and cook a delicious meal to beat those bad cholesterol (LDL).

Berita Harian - 10 March 2011

10 March 2011 - Berita Harian attended At 19 Culinary Studio's "I have diabetes, what should I eat?" cooking class conducted by our qualified dietitian Goo Chui Hoong. The class was designed for someone who has diabetics, at risk of developing diabetics or cares for someone with diabetics. Participants of the cooking class are given a brief overview of what a person with diabetes should eat to optimise their health. This was then followed by hands-on cooking of a delicious 3 course meal suitable for someone who has diabetes or someone who simply wants to follow a healthy diet.