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Persian Spiced Dark Hot Chocolate

Country we are exploring:  Iran Continent:  Asia Capital:  Tehran Population:  77.5 million Official language(s):  Farsi Suggestion for fun image:  Chef Koochooloo making a sand castle by the beach of the Caspian Sea. Fun fact:  Iran looks like a cat on the world map. English recipe name:  Persian Spiced Dark Hot Chocolate Name of dish in native [...]

By |April 2nd, 2015|Recipes|Comments Off on Persian Spiced Dark Hot Chocolate

I Love the Chef Koochooloo Program!

My name is Jenny and I am an international student from China, studying marketing. The concept of Chef Koochooloo is very new to me. The teachers teach kids how to cook and at the same time teaching them basic history, science, and geography. This totally different from my experiences in my native country. In China, [...]

By |April 2nd, 2015|Company Blog|Comments Off on I Love the Chef Koochooloo Program!

Barley Soup

Country we are exploring:  Iran Continent:  Asia Capital:  Tehran Population:  77.5 million Official language(s):  Farsi Suggestion for fun image:  Chef Koochooloo riding on a magic carpet on top of Isfahan Mosques Fun fact:  On the last Tuesday of each year, children in Iran celebrate the New Year by participating in the Festival of Fire (Chahar-Shanbeh [...]

By |March 17th, 2015|Recipes|Comments Off on Barley Soup

It’s so Nice, I get to do it Twice!

On my second day volunteering, the recipe that the kids made was called Black-eyed Bean Salad. It’s a dish that originated from a country in the African continent, Senegal. Its capital is the city of Dakar has a population of 13 million. Senegal’s official language is French.  The type of instruction is interactive where kids [...]

By |March 13th, 2015|Company Blog|1 Comment

Stuffed Cabbage Leaves

Country we are exploring:  Iran Continent:  Asia Capital:  Tehran Population:  77.5 million Official language(s):  Farsi Suggestion for fun image:  Chef Koochooloo riding on a magic carpet on top of Isfahan Mosques Fun fact:  On the last Tuesday of each year, children in Iran celebrate the New Year by participating in the Festival of Fire (Chahar-Shanbeh Soori) and [...]

By |March 12th, 2015|Recipes|Comments Off on Stuffed Cabbage Leaves

Yogurt & Cucumber Dip

Country we are exploring:  Iran Continent:  Asia Capital:  Tehran Population:  77.5 million Official language(s):  Farsi Suggestion for fun image:  Chef Koochooloo making a sand castle by the beach of the Caspian Sea. Fun fact:  Iran looks like a cat on the world map English recipe name:  Yogurt and Cucumber Dip-(Vegetarian)(Sugar-Free) Name of dish in native country: [...]

By |March 12th, 2015|Recipes|Comments Off on Yogurt & Cucumber Dip

Persian Herb Frittata

Country we are exploring:  Iran Continent:  Asia Capital:  Tehran Population:  77.5 million Official language(s):  Farsi Suggestion for fun image:  Chef Koochooloo riding on a magic carpet on top of Isfahan Mosques Fun fact:  On the last Tuesday of each year, children in Iran celebrate the New Year by participating in the Festival of Fire (Chahar-Shanbeh [...]

By |March 12th, 2015|Recipes|Comments Off on Persian Herb Frittata

Persian Herbed Ball

Country we are exploring:  Iran Continent:  Asia Capital:  Tehran Population:  77.5 million Official language(s):  Farsi Suggestion for fun image:  Chef Koochooloo riding on a magic carpet on top of Isfahan Mosques Fun fact:  On the last Tuesday of each year, children in Iran celebrate the New Year by participating in the Festival of Fire (Chahar-Shanbeh [...]

By |March 12th, 2015|Recipes|Comments Off on Persian Herbed Ball

My First Chef Koochooloo Experience

My name is Citlaly Jimenez, a De Anza College student and currently studying psychology and child development. I have always loved kids and cooking, which made volunteering for Chef Koochooloo a perfect fit for me! I was a little nervous on my first day of teaching at Fairwood Elementary, but overall, I was filled with [...]

By |March 10th, 2015|Company Blog|Comments Off on My First Chef Koochooloo Experience

Top Five Persian Dishes Every Kid in the World Should Make!

Let’s face it, as a Mom you are forever in search of the perfect nutritional dishes for your little bundles of joy. Being Persian, I benefit from centuries of culinary wisdom and deliciousness. With the Iranian new -year coming up, I thought I would share with you our gift of tasty treats that Iran has [...]

By |March 6th, 2015|Company Blog|3 Comments