Switzerland: Cooking Classes for Kids near Lausanne

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Chef Geoffroy Pautz is giving summer cooking classes near Lausanne

Hostellerie Les Chevreuils is offering summer cooking classes for children. Classes will continue on Wednesdays through October.

These courses were such a great hit in last summer that head chef Geoffroy Pautz has decided to do it again. Classes are geared for children 10 to 15 years of age, and take place in the restaurant kitchens.

After the classes, at the end of the afternoon, parents and relatives are invited to come taste the dishes the children have prepared.

Classes cost CHF50 per child. This price includes the choice of one cookbook. There is a maximum of 12 children per class.

Classes are held on Wednesday, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., on the following dates:

8 July 2009

19 August 2009

23 September 2009

14 and 21 October 2009

To make reservations

Reservations can be made by telephone, using your credit card. Your card will not be debited; it is only used to confirm your reservation. Payment is made in cash, at the reception desk when you come in.

Complete collection of 15 of Geoffroy’s recipes, as well as 10 recipes on video.

Click here to see how to get there.

Hostellerie Les Chevreuils
80 route du Jorat
1000 Lausanne 28
Tel. +41 21 785 01 01

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  • Kristiane Ravn Frost
    November 21, 2011

    Be ware!
    I just want to tell you that we received a similar letter from Tanpani and began negotiating with him about a group coming to our place. It turned out that creditcards were owned by other people and it all was about getting us to get money out of the creditcards and then transfer it to an “agent”.

    • Jonell Galloway
      November 23, 2011

      My husband ran a bank in Nigeria for 4 years, so we figured it out pretty quickly, but he has a different angle than others. If you Google him, you can find other cases, but thanks for forewarning us.