It’s summer time here in the Philippines and that means kids have lots of time to try different activities. One of the fun activities they can try is Pizza Making at Greenwich Pizza Making Camp.
The Pizza Making Camp is a pizza making activity wherein kids will have the chance to make their own pizza. They will just have to follow the instructions given to them.
Last February, I had the opportunity to try the Pizza Making at Greenwich, DV Soria in Cagayan de Oro. I felt like a kid but I tell you, it was so much fun.
We were provided an apron and a hair net. We were also asked to wash our hands first as cleanliness is essential in food making business. After that, we were provided with the ingredients for a Hawaiian Pizza: pineapple bits, ham squares, and two kinds of cheese, bell peppers, and the pizza sauce.
We were then instructed to put on the ingredients one at a time. First the sauce, the cheese and so on and so forth. I was really trying my best to come up with a very good pizza because prizes are given to those who can make a perfect pizza.
After a few minutes, I was very excited to check out the outcome of my pizza. Sad to say, when I opened the box, there was a smudge inside the pizza box and my pizza looks messy and I never did get the prize. Nevertheless, my pizza taste really, really good.
Don’t let your child miss out the best summer ever. For more inquiries about Pizza Making Camp visit Greenwich’s Facebook Page or may also follow @greenwichpizza on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.