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A Day at Allspice Culinary Arts

HELLO (:

Today my school organized a field trip to Allspice Culinary Arts. My class was split into 4 electives based on culinary skills, video game making, beauty spa-tec and sports management for this term. As you guys know I'm already in culinary skills, I won't have to explain to you guys what is it about. At around 11am, we boarded the bus and headed to Alexandra Road, near the Ikea and Queensway shopping mall. i'll wrap this post really fast because it's getting late and I need to STUDY.

Photo credits to Xin Wei and my teacher!
On the bus heading to Alexandra Road. ( Xin Wei & Gabriel's face looked really shocked! )

We were supposed to reach the place at 11:30am, but we were late and reached there around 12:15pm, means that we have less time to cook.
I was really impressed by the shelves, they have almost everything! Oh ya, this is only 1 shelve there's another one.
Our chef for this workshop was Dr. Philip, or I call him Chef Philip. He was a funny guy (:

We were in the process of making pasta. Supposed to be making 2 different types of sauces but due to time, we only made 1.
Azri frying the mini onions. YUMMY (:
A random photo of my posing.
Mixing the 3 eggs and flour to make the dough for the pasta. HAHA I never tried making pasta dough by myself but usually I only buy those packet ones or I'll just go pastamania and eat. Lol.
Nice nice! #shiok
Nice right? Look at the texture!! wowwwwwww!!! (:
You can make into different types of shapes and sizes.

Conclusion:
Xin Wei forgotten to take photos at the ending part but the outcome of the food was great. #delicious. Anyways, it was a fun experience at the workshop today. If you wanna visit this cooking school you can check out the website!

http://www.allspiceculinaryarts-edu.com/ and it's located at

Block 123, #03-106/108 Bukit Merah Lane 1
Alexander Village
Singapore 150123




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