Kids in the kitchen classes scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday

Published on Wednesday, 14 June 2017 18:16 - Written by

ELSA CAVAZOS ecavazos@tylerpaper.com

A cooking class for kids is being hosted by the Chandler Adventist Fellowship at the Chandler Community Center, 811B Highway 31 East, Chandler.

Professional chef, Sualua Tupolo, will be giving a free cooking class for anyone from 8 to 12 years old from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Tuesday class will feature his “Snack Attack” and Wednesday the class will learn to do “Meatless Mondays.” Both classes will emphasize healthful eating.

Sualua, a native of American Samoa, is currently the Executive Chef at Brook Hill School in Bullard.

He served as the exclusive chef for three governors of American Samoa, preparing meals for special government functions, legislators, and heads of state.

He has also held chef positions with prestigious hotels and fine restaurants in the U.S., and in American Samoa, where he established the American Samoa Culinary Arts training program.

His television program on the Hope Chanel earned a Telly Award some years ago.

Parents are invited to share in their children’s adventure into healthier lifestyles.

To register for classes, call Betty Spiva at 903-571-2017 or Bob Bockmann at 903-571-6884; or e-mail betty@spiva.com prior to or on Sunday.

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