The Unique Foodie Witchery

The Unique Foodie Witchery

5.0 (5)
1 employee
12 years in business

About this pro

The Unique Foodie Witchery specializes in baked goods using knowledge of fruits, herbs, spices and other baking staples to provide a unique and special product each centered around a specific spiritual need, i.e. Love, money, protection, ect. I can teach you anything from how to make an amazing pie for the holidays to how to make a birthday cake your family will always remember. I will also teach you how to pick your ingredients while they were in season and at their best to make the best product.

On top of baking for my own clients and doing various markets in NYC, I also teach baking at an after school program in Brooklyn which has just further nurtured my love of teaching. When you see a person go from nervous and unsure to being really proud of what they made abs and wanting to share it, it makes me so proud.

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South Ozone Park, NY 11420
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5 Reviews


  • Monique Jacob

    Very fun. Great chemistry with each other and the kids. She was very relatable and understanding towards myself and the students.

  • Steven Feldman

    She's passionate about her craft. She'll listen carefully to instructions of special and specific requests, and create food that'll blow you away. By far, she's the best baker I've ever eaten food from, and that's hard to get out of me as I'm an extremely picky eater!

  • Corey Greene

    Genuine, caring, and understanding. Patience was key for me considering i was a slow to start baker

  • Alex Pineda

    They're nice and down to earth. Very knowledgeable and confident about their products which left a very good impression on those around them and even those they met. Amazing and unique menu with homemade touch. Just overall awesome experience.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First I like to talk with my students to find out what they would like to learn and how comfortable they are in the kitchen. Any skill level is welcome.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I'm a graduate of the Art Institute of NY (formally the new york restaurant school). I've worked as a line cook and am currently teaching at an after school program.

How did you get started teaching?

I've always enjoyed teaching, it comes natural to me, especially teaching about cooking. I've taught most of my family and am always a willing ear with my friends when a kitchen disaster happens. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with all types of students from singles to new mom's and kids.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Find a teacher who is patient and kind. Baking is an art as well as a science. To merge the two and still have fun is the challenge. Remember, mistakes are a way to learn and grow.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What exactly do you want to learn? How much time are you willing to spend learning  new craft? Do you want to learn something fin fun easy or are you looking for something more advanced? Will you enjoy what you do?

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