Something’s Cooking At KEY
Kipuka Cafe will conduct two more six-week introductory courses in kitchen and baking skills beginning April 13 at KEY Project.
The separate classes are available weekdays to a limited number of interested adults (18 and older) and will emphasize food safety and sanitation, as taught by experienced professional chefs Ken Weir and Richard Wagner.
TB clearance is required prior to the start of class. Certificates of completion will be awarded to qualified students. To demonstrate their new skills, students will help plan, prepare and implement a KEY Project-sponsored food event, such as the popular kupuna breakfasts Mondays and Wednesdays.
For fees, more information and to register, call Kaipo Kukahiko at 380-7376 or email email@example.com.
KEY’s nonprofit community center is located at 47-200 Waihee Road in Kahaluu.