Children’s Fall 2021 Cooking Series

In our cooking series, children learn to cook by actually preparing the menu items themselves each day, not by watching someone else cook while explaining how the recipe is prepared. When children cook food, they are more likely to try what they have prepared. At the end of each class, the kids enjoy the food they have prepared.

SCHEDULE: Mondays: 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. or 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. (2 hours each day)
DATES: September 20, 27, October 4, 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8
PRICING: $350 for entire 8-week series. If series does not sell out, individual classes will be available at $55 per class.

HOME SCHOOL SCHEDULE: Wednesdays: 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. (2.5 hours each day)
DATES: September 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27, November 3, 10
PRICING: $400 for entire 8-week series or $55 per class.

AGES: The series is intended for kids ages 7 and above. Children of like ages are paired together unless friends otherwise request.
Please note: in order to ensure the maximum benefit for all children, your child must be capable of following directions and cooperating with others in the class.

Week 1 (Sept 20): French Bistro Favorites
Week 2 (Sept. 27): Baking Bonanza
Week 3 (Oct 4): South of the Border
Week 4 (Oct 11): Spaghetti and Meatballs from Scratch
Week 5 (Oct 18): Football Fare
Week 6 (Oct 25): Halloween Cookies & Snacks
Week 7 (Nov 1): Asian Cooking
Week 8 (Nov 8): Flavors of Fall

Week 1 (Sept 22): Italian Cuisine
Week 2 (Sept. 29): Sweet & Savory Baking
Week 3 (Oct 6): Mexican Street Food
Week 4 (Oct 13): Disney Inspired Cooking
Week 5 (Oct 20): Southern Cooking
Week 6 (Oct 27): Halloween Treats
Week 7 (Nov 3): Breakfast Favorites
Week 8 (Nov 10): Flavors of Fall


We believe in learning by doing. In our cooking series, all classes are hands-on, and children eat what they each make.
We will teach the kids the following as appropriate for the menu being cooked each week:
1. how to be safe in the kitchen, including hand and workspace sanitizing, proper food handling including how to wash food, and knife safety; temperature danger zone;
2. how to read and follow a recipe;
3. how to arrange the kitchen workplace so that all the items needed for the recipe are located and placed nearby;
4. how to accurately measure ingredients using measuring cups and measuring spoons and about measuring equivalents;
5. how to bake/roast, stew/braise, stir-fry, make sauces and soups;
6. the difference between whole and processed foods and how each affects health;
7. the importance of sustainability and eating what is in season;
8. how to reuse or repurpose ingredients already on hand; and
9. how to clean up the kitchen.