Stacie & Simran Bio Pic


About A Little Yumminess

Simran Singh and Stacie Dong love to teach kids of all ages to cook foods from around the world. They also write a twice monthly recipe column for the San Jose Mercury News (“Fast & Furious Weeknight Cooking”). In addition to teaching kids’ classes throughout the year and their popular “A Little Yumminess” summer camp, they teach classes for adults at 18 Reasons in San Francisco, the Cooking School at Cavallo Point in Sausalito, and Ramekins Culinary School in Sonoma. In their classes at 18 Reasons, they are often joined by Simran’s mom, Roop Soni, who loves to share her family recipes and treasured cooking traditions.

Simran and Stacie have developed custom classes for Bay Area Schools, groups and organizations including: Nueva High School (San Mateo), Marin Preparatory School (SF), Marin Academy (San Rafael), DREW High School (SF), San Francisco Waldorf School, Presidio Knolls School (SF), Chinese American International School (SF), San Francisco Friends School (SF), & the San Francisco Public Library 

Want to get in touch or work together on a project, article or event? Please email us at alittleyum@yahoo.com. We’re also available for private cooking classes and events.  Find us on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

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Here we are teaching with Simran’s mom, Roop Soni, who often joins us in teaching our classes at 18 Reasons in SF’s Mission District.

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  1. Pingback: Bay Area People Feature: Cooking with your Kids this Summer - JoyFoodly

  2. Prepared the saucy shrimp in a flash. Loved it ! Can I double the recipe for 4? I used heavy cream and plan to use half coconut milk/half heavy cream next time.

    • Hi Judy! Definitely double it. It’s an easy one to scale. I personally like the blend of cream and coconut milk, too. It’s pretty flexible… sometimes I use just coconut milk because I usually have that in the pantry. Thanks so much for giving the recipe a try. Made my day to know you liked it!

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