Junior II / Teen Chefs | Winter Semester
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: Greece - Students will travel to Greece for our last class, learning simple and delicious dishes with fresh ingredients.
• 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.
5th Floor, Suite #516
New York, NY 10012
• SICK POLICY: We would love your help in keeping everyone healthy! We kindly request that if your child has a cold of any kind to stay home and rest up - since we are working with our hands and food, we are trying our best at preventing the passing of any illnesses. If your child shows up visibly sick, our staff will determine if they feel the child is well enough to participate in class. If you need to reschedule your class due to illness, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.475.0500. • CREDITS/REFUNDS: Cancellation requests can be made by phone (212.475.0500) or via email (email@example.com) a minimum of 24-hours prior to the event to receive a credit for a future class. Because we purchase food/perishable ingredients and prepare specifically for a certain number of students in the class, no credits or refunds are offered for last minute cancellations (less than 24 hours notice) of Freshmade’s classes, camps or workshops. All issued credits expire 6 months from issue date. Eligible credits may be used towards any comparable class or upgraded class (additional charges may apply). If you “No Show/No Call” for a class you are not entitled to a credit or refund. On rare occasions when we have to reschedule or cancel a class you will be contacted at the phone number and email address provided during registration with a choice for a full refund or credit for future class. • ALLERGIES/DIETARY RESTRICTIONS: Freshmade caters to many allergy/dietary restrictions with advanced notice. If you did not fill out the allergy/dietary restriction info at registration please contact us immediately so that we can prepare our recipe accordingly. Last minute notifications may not be able to be accommodated. • ARRIVAL NOTES FOR EVENING/WEEKEND/HOLIDAY CLASSES: • For classes on Saturdays, Sundays, select holidays, and all evening classes (after 6 PM), please note you will find the front door and elevator of our building locked. Please use the keypad outside the building to call up to our studio by dialing #012. We will buzz you into the lobby area of the building. Please remain in the lobby area, a Freshmade NYC team member will meet you in the lobby to assist you up to our studio. The elevator will not run to the 5th floor without a Freshmade team member. Please do not take the stairs. If you run into an issues, please call up to our office 212.475.0500. For all other classes, please enter the building and take the elevator to the 5th Floor. • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: • Please do not leave strollers, scooters, etc. in the hallway of our building. Please bring all items into the studio. • If you have any specific questions regarding these policies, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 212.475.0500 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Please arrive no more than 5-10 minutes before your scheduled class. • It is helpful to send your child to class with a reusable water bottle with their name on it. Freshmade NYC has fresh, filtered water available to fill it with.