Meet 'Goody Kitchen' chefs in roadshow
Jeddah, January 4, 2009
'Goody Kitchen' is organising a roadshow in the major malls of Saudi Arabia as a part of its continuous commitment to forging stronger ties with housewives.
Training in the art of creative cooking for health, high nutrition, finger-licking flavours, and emergencies such as unannounced guests, is on offer exclusively for women visiting the malls.
The trainers for the interactive experience organised by Goody are skilled chefs who have served as advisers to international food companies and instructors at culinary arts academies.
'Goody Kitchen is for wives who want to develop for their families a taste for happy moments at the dining table,” said Maha Al-Mojadidi, associate marketing manager at Goody.
“The idea is to bring out the creative chef so as to conjure up the most delicious dishes without compromising on health benefits,” said Al-Mojadidi about what housewives participating in the road show can expect to achieve for themselves and their families.
Leading the 'Goody Kitchen' chefs are Lamia Gahwaji, a Saudi lady, and her assistant chef Alaa Al-Amoudi who share innovative cooking ideas and engage participants in live interactive sessions.
The chefs demonstrate the art of creative cooking using Goody products for global, local and traditional dishes, offer recipes and tips on using various kitchen tools, present precooked dishes, and reveal the secrets of garnishing and combining unusual flavours.
Included in the Goody Kitchen roadshow is a cooking contest in which participants must whip up an appetiser, a side dish, a main course and dessert within 30 minutes.-TradeArabia News Service
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