Who are we?

Spoonful is a unique melting pot where Cooking Workshops, Food & Beverage events and the latest happenings of the gastronomical world meets. Spoonful has been teaching, establishing and spreading the love for food & ingredients ever since its establishment in August 2014. At Spoonful, one can learn about the gastronomy and attend events where the gurus of the culinary world gathers or even reference recipes from popular chefs and food specialists alike!

 

Our Brand

The Spoonful brand was built upon our philosophy of "Food For Thought With a Smile ". Through Food & Cooking events and F&B activities, we want to increase the awareness and attention paid to Food & Ingredients by educating the public on the origins of food and how precious our source of food is; especially in communities where food is aplenty.

Just like how all life begins, we’d like our culinary journey to start with planting and sowing seeds, nurturing them until harvest where food is ultimately served on your plate. Let's change the world starting from our gardens and farms, to our kitchens and through cooking with us. Let’s promote this awareness, one spoonful at a time.

 

What We Do

Discover the culinary master in you!
At Spoonful, we conduct Cooking Workshops where one can learn the art of cooking & baking and many more.

Our Services To The Public:

- Organizing Unique Cooking Classes & Tasting Events

- Private Cooking Lessons

- Cooking Classes for Birthday Occasions (both adults and kids)

- Corporate Team Building Events

 

Simmer with the Industry!
Spoonful provides top-notch event arrangements & networking opportunities for F&B related happenings & occasions. If you’re looking to establish and promote your culinary related brand or product, look no further and get in touch with us now!

Our Services to Corporates:

- Listing of culinary events info

- F&B related Marketing Research

- PR Services

- Recipe Creations

- Food Styling

- Content Creation

- Culinary Events Coordination and Set Up (eg. Cooking Demonstrations, Trade Events, Food Fairs etc)


 

Our Instructors

Come meet and learn from our friendly and helpful resident instructors!

Miki Kawahara
Miki Kawahara

 

Spoonful’s Culinary Instructor Miki Kawahara used to stay in New York for 6 years. There, she learnt and gathered her culinary skills from Wilton, mastering the all American, New York style baking .

After her stay in NY, she started to teach baking classes to students at the famous Cooking Studio in Tokyo, Japan.  Ove there she became an event manager for a few years. She is now a certificated icing cookie and cupcake decoration instructor of JSA:Japan Salonaise Association.

Currently, she stays in Singapore and works as a culinary instructor and an event coordinator for Team Spoonful.

 


Naomi
Naomi

Spoonful’s Culinary Instructor Naomi taught home style Japanese cooking at her home studio and at a major Japanese Cooking studio in Hong Kong before moving to Singapore.

After working at a popular Japanese restaurant in Singapore, she joined team Spoonful to be a Japanese cooking instructor. Now she enjoys teaching numerous fine, healthy home style cooking to Spoonful members!


Madame Eiko Simon
Madame Eiko Simon

Spoonful’s culinary Instructor Madame Eiko Simon lived in Paris for more than 10 years and mastered her skills at several culinary schools including Boulangerie (Baker shop in French). Armed with her very own home-made French cuisine recipes which was passed down by her mother-in-law, she now stays in Singapore with her French husband and works as a culinary instructor cum event coordinator at Spoonful. Cooking certification: Ryo-ken (Tokyo 2014) Master Chef Techniques, La Cuisine des Chefs (Paris 2013-4) French-bread making, MAISON LANDEMAINE (Paris 2015) Ecole de Boulangerie EBP (Paris 2014)


Mako Smith
Mako Smith

Spoonful’s Culinary Instructor Mako worked as a food educator for kids and as a cooking instructor for a major cooking studio in Japan before joining the Spoonful team. Having graduated with a diploma from Food Life Coordinator and gaining experience from Food Advisor for Children and Yakuzen Food design, her culinary experience has taught her to give clear and specific instructions to the students, while keeping them focused on each cooking step. However, it is her heartwarming character that truly makes the class a fun and homely experience for everybody! 


 

Rina Shinkawa
Rina Shinkawa

 

Spoonful’s Culinary Instructor Rina Shinkawa specializes as a Food and Lifestyle Coordinator. Her expertise lies in organizing and teaching popular table coordination classes. She has been holding these advanced classes and worked as lecturers and assistants for popular TV network Nippon Television since her time in Tokyo. Rina acquired her qualifications and experience at Food Space Project Co.Ltd (食空間プロジェクト株), Marinaaze Interior CPS as a coordinator, and FSPJ certified salon and has even been featured in several media! She now stays in Singapore and organizes table coordination classes for Spoonful members.

 

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Our Contributors

Cai Li Blakeman
Cai Li Blakeman
A food consultant, instructor and blogger. Cai Li teaches the Xiao Long Bao class at Spoonful. She was born and raised in China and has lived in Beijing, Washington DC and Singapore. She received her culinary training at the Le Cordon Bleu in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2014.  She shares easy recipes and stories on homemade Chinese and Asian food on the Facebook page @sentosadough and her blog of www.lets-playdough.com .
Chef Angelo Ciccone
Chef Angelo Ciccone
Chef Angelo was born in Locorotondo near Bari in southeast Italy, where as he said, “Life is all about fresh seafood and good quality olive oil!” From the age of four, he would spend hours watching his mother cook. Her deft skills left him enthralled with the desire to become a chef just like her.
Daisuke Kawai
Daisuke Kawai
    Kawai has over 20 years of experience in the Food & Beverage industry, specialising in wines, sake and whisky. His career has been awarded many times by international Agencies such as Japan Sommelier Association, Academy of Wines of...
Diego Martinelli
Diego Martinelli
Originally from Bologna, situated in the northern Italian region of Emilia Romagna, Diego is a motivated and dynamic cooking professional with international experience in luxury hotels and have a successful team such as the Ferrari Racing department in Maranello, Italy.
Chef Fabrizio Righi
Chef Fabrizio Righi
Chef, Trainer & Educator Fabrizio Righi is a 49-year-old Italian, who has done almost all walks of life and currently resides in Singapore. Coming from an Aristocratic Southern Italy, he attained a Master in Business Administration and could speak...
Heryong Kwon
Heryong Kwon
  Heryong Kwon is a Korean cooking teacher/ cuisine designer and has been in Singapore for about 4 years. She has been working as the official trainer of People’s Association by Singapore, to introduce Korean cuisines to the locals. Coming from a...
Chef Linda Dionne Ng
Chef Linda Dionne Ng
Chef Linda’s grandparents ran food stalls as well as a coffee shop. Her Father himself is a good cook. From an early age, she was stationed next to him whenever he cooked, acting as his little assistant. His sous chef , no less. You could say, with th...
Chef Manjunath Mural
Chef Manjunath Mural
The First Michelin Star for Indian Cuisine in Southeast Asia   Chef Manjunath Mural is the first Indian Executive chef to score a Michelin star for an Indian restaurant in Southeast Asia. As Executive Chef of Song of India, a modern Indian restaurant th...
Chef Masataka Yamashita
Chef Masataka Yamashita
Chef Yamahita Masataka was trained in Tsuji Culinary Institute, a well-known & respected culinary institute in Osaka, Japan. He worked at various patisseries around Japan before starting his own Patisserie in Nara. The patisserie quickly became one...
Shirley Wong
Shirley Wong
Shirley Wong, known to many by her online avatar Little Miss Bento, became a huge online sensation and gained a mass following when she started posting her cute Japanese bento lunchbox creations and unique sushi art rolls on her blog and social media...
Takuma Seki
Takuma Seki
If you ask Chef Takuma Seki if the world of culinary arts was his first choice of vocation after high school in 1993, this affable son of Niigatawould tell you that if not for his acrophobia(fear of heights), he may have remained a building contractor...

Our Partners

We’d like to thank all our clients, partners and sponsors for their support to Spoonful

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Media

14 Jan 2016
Spoonful got featured in Channel 8's  (local Chinese TV channel) programme named 《玩物壮志》:学习日式烹饪 推广环保理念. Check out the awesome video feature here