Arriba! Avocado and Lime Ice Cream. Photo credit: Scott Dunn.
Luxury family travel company Scott Dunn has launched global foodie adventures at its children’s clubs across the Mediterranean.
For its Scott Dunn Explorers children’s clubs, the travel company is joining forces with children’s food expert Fiona Faulkner, author of the 25 Foods Kids Hate (and How to Get Them Eating 24).
Called “the Harry Potter of Vegetables“, Faulkner has created a global foodie adventure menu featuring recipes including Slumdog Soup (above), Arriba! Avocado and Lime Ice Cream (above) and Popeye’s Pesto (below). The global foodie menu can be adapted to cater for children’s allergies and dietary requirements.
Slumdog Soup. Photo credit: Scott Dunn.
Says Andrew Dunn, Scott Dunn’s founder:
” Scott Dunn Explorers aren’t just places to leave your children, but environments where they can make new friends, learn new skills and explore their imaginations, as they become inventors, adventurers, artists and chefs. Who knows, perhaps this might also inspire our next generation of Hestons and Delias!”
Popeye’s Pesto with olive oil. Photo credit: Scott Dunn.
On these Scott Dunn holidays, children can learn new cookery skills from Faulkner’s Toddler Chef and Taste Buddies workshops and how to make their own bread, cakes, cookies and treats. They will also discover foods indigenous to their holiday destinations.
Designed for children aged 4 months to 13 years old, the Scott Dunn Explorers children’s clubs are available at Daios Cove in Crete; Pine Cliffs in the Algarve; Aphrodite Hills in Cyprus; and Verdura in Sicily.
For more info, visit the Scott Dunn site.