Ayis in Beijing are a blessing and curse; cultural differences are very visible when an ayi enters your home to take care of you and your family. Cooking dinner is one of the issues you might run into. I personally had problems with all the wokking and the amount of fat used in my food, not to mention the air quality inside the house when you burn all this fat in a wok.
Gourmet Ayi provides cooking classes for your ayi in the comfort of your own home. These cooking classes aim to teach your ayi western home cooked meals, delicious and healthy. Having somebody teach your ayi what meals you and your family love to eat takes away lots of stress and time. Gourmet Ayi will teach the proper hygiene techniques – a very important aspect as I have seen my old ayi defrost meat on the window sill. If you have an ayi who is dear to you and you want to invest in her and your dinner, get in contact with Gourmet Ayi by scanning the QR code on the poster.
Gourmet Ayi works in a few simple steps: an introductory call, recipe selection, a supermarket tour and then cooking classes in your own home.
Gourmet Ayi is run by Marte van Os, who has more than eight years of experience in the food industry in the Netherlands and Beijing. She has made it her personal mission to share her food knowledge and create flavors from home in your Beijing homes.
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