Junior II / Teens is a class for our more advanced junior level and above kid chefs. Your child will build a repertoire of go-to recipes and learn hands on techniques so they can begin to create their own recipes with ease. We’ll also cover how to shop for the freshest ingredients, basic meal prep techniques, how to use herbs and spices, plating techniques and more. This class is suggested as a full semester class so your child can build on their skills each week. Each class ends with a meal shared together. This is a 1-hour, 15-minute, drop-off class. This class is recommended for ages 9 - 12+.
11 Week Semester starts Monday, January 7th through Friday, March 29th
full semester, multi-class packs or pay-per-class options available
Mondays, 4:45 PM to 6 PM
Wednesdays, 4:45 PM to 6 PM
Entire Semester: $484.00 (discounted to $44 per)
discounted class packs (3-class, 5-class) available by request
Around the World... Again!
Week 1: China - Students will learn about the 5 classic cuisines in China and how to make the perfect fried rice.
Week 2: El Salvador - Students will learn the history of El Salvador and the Spanish influence on their culture and food. In class, they’ll make one of El Salvador’s famous dishes, the Papusa.
Week 3: Russia - Students will learn the various cooking traditions of Russia and discover how the harsh winters influenced their cuisines.
Week 4: Ethiopia - Students will learn the food customs of Ethiopia as well as how to prepare Injera, a fermented bread that is served at every meal.
Week 5: Netherlands - Students will learn about the most common dishes served in the Netherlands.
Week 6: Portugal - Students will get a hands-on-lesson in Portuguese cuisine and cook a traditional Portuguese meal.
Week 7: Colombia - Students will learn about the various regions of Colombia and their approach to food.
Week 8: Argentina - Argentinians are known for their love of eating. Students will learn why food is such an important concept in Argentina and will learn how to cook some of their most popular dishes.
Week 9: Lebanon - Students will learn how to bring Lebanese tastes and techniques to your kitchen.
Week 10: Malaysia - Malaysia is known for their mix of sweet, salty and spicy flavors. Students will learn how Malaysians approach cooking and what dishes are most common in Malaysia.
Week 11: Hungary - Students will travel to Hungary for our last class, learning the techniques of Hungarian cooking.
• It is helpful to send your child with a reusable water bottle with his/her name on it. Freshmade has fresh, filtered water to fill it with.
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