Join me as I take you through my maternal grandmother's post delivery kitchen.
According to Mangalorean tradition, new mums are given special foods during the confinement period - the first 40 days after childbirth. These foods speed up recovery and provide vital nutrients to the new mother and her baby. All these recipes are handed down from mother to daughter and mine are incredibly old. My Mum made them for me and I would like to share these ancient secrets on this platform. Choose from a one day or three day course. You will learn 2 recipes each day.
The course can be personalised to the requirements of guests.
*Note: Timing and date could be adjusted to suit personal preferences, please comment on your bookings.
** The time taken for the second course varies according to the recipe for the day. This is a highly specialized class and therefore require 24 hours notice. Weekend Classes Require 48 hours notice.
More than A Meal. Indian spices and real whole foods are used to help the new mother to recover and help her to nurse her baby The confinement time and recovery of the mother is very closely linked to what she eats and every region in India has it's secret recipes and traditions. A variety of concoctions are made and served during the confinement period and two of them are described below.
Walking Distance From KL Sentral or take Grab
Via Monorail: Get Off at Tun Sambanthan Station and walk to the venue.
Venue: Villa Scott Condominium Jalan Tebing Brickfields 50470 Kuala Lumpur
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Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity