Cooking Classes

Malou the creator of Skip to Malou offers Modern Asian Cooking Series at different venues at the St. Louis, MO area.  You could catch her at WholeFoods Town and Country (every third Wednesday of the month) Kitchen Conservatory in Clayton and at different Dierbergs locations. Classes are also available for corporate or privately arranged at a client's home or other venues.

Get ready as she takes you to a fun food adventure to the Far East featuring the flavors of Asia.  

Here are the samples of her classes and what they say about her:
It is a delight to welcome the charming food blogger, Malou Perez-Nievera, who shares her passion for her native Filipino cuisine. This hands-on class will create iconic festival dishes, including fresh vegetable and meat spring rolls with crushed peanuts and sweet sauce, patatim - braised pork shoulder with star anise, and the colorful centerpiece of the fiesta table - steamed fish with creamy sauce and vibrant peppers. Prepare two traditional desserts, starting with majah blanca - coconut cream pudding, plus sweet rice cakes - a special dessert cooked in banana-lined pans.

Here are some pictures:  Photo credits: Kitchen Conservatory check out their page for more photos.

awesome couple Jen and PJ making the filling for Lumpia (egg roll)

Our crepe masters: A and  P
a bunch of wonderful people sharing the love for cooking...
2. Whole Foods Town and Country (below is a sample class description)

Skip to Malou: Modern Asian Cooking Series
Get ready as Malou Perez-Nievera, an award winning food blogger takes us to an adventure to the Far East featuring the flavors of the Philippines.  Filipino Food is finally getting the attention of the US food scene and as Andrew Zimmerin said   Filipino Food is the next big thing. Filipino food is an eclectic mix of food with Spanish influences and with the influences of its neighboring Asian countries.  So get ready to whet your palate as we prepare a typical daily menu repertoire of go-to Filipino favorites.

Seafood in Tamarind Broth:  is considered the dish most representative of Filipino palette: it’s slightly tangy, slightly sour and with a tinge of spice. Barely less than 15 minutes to make, this proves no night is a busy night for home cooking; definitely refreshing and comforting during winter nights.

Stuffed Eggplant: This dish has the eggplant as the center piece.  The egg and the ground pork make this eggplant omelet the perfect match for the tamarind broth.

Yema:  End the meal with something delightful.  A custard candy made of egg yolks and condensed milk.  It’s bite size, so you don’t have to worry about overloading calories

Attended by local St Louis celebrities.

3. Dierbergs presents: Skip to Malou: Thai Cravings 

When you’re hungry and only Thai flavors will do,do it yourself! With just a few simple ingredients,Malou will show you how fast and easy it is to bring your favorite Thai specialties to the tablein minutes. $37

Pad Thai Noodles • Panang Curry • Sticky Rice with Mango

Venues and Schedule:
Bogey Hills (BH) Jan. 30, Wed., 6:30-8:30 PMClarkson (CL) Jan. 22, Tues., 6:30-8:30 PMEdwardsville (ED) Feb. 25, Mon., 6:30-8:30 PMSouthroads (SR) Feb. 11, Mon., 6:30-8:30 PMWest Oak (WO) Feb. 4, Mon., 6:30-8:30 PMMalou Perez-Nievera, Culinary Professional


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  2. Thanks for what you are doing. The town seems to have so much prospective to be a awesome place!


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