We want to influence you to experience new flavors, try new foods and ingredients, and explore the joys and connections of cooking through our classes
An engaging, online cooking class that connects food, literature, history and culture. Participants will listen to an interactive read aloud and then collaboratively cook a dish related to the book.
Interactive class featuring fitness paired with food.
Cooking classes vary by dish/topic but may cover the following:
A fun Movement/Exercise class paired with healthy dish creation. Kids will be lead through a fun, exercise circuit with healthy food creatio...
Cora loves being in the kitchen, but she always gets stuck doing the kid jobs like licking the spoon. One day, however, when her older sis...
Matilda Macaroni loves to try new foods, whether it’s her grandma’s jambalaya or sushi at a sleepover. But, in this fun, twisted picture boo...
We will create a chocolate dessert and listen to a beautifully illustrated story that connects past and present, as a girl bakes a chocolate...
Historically Black Colleges and Universities are explained in this delightful children’s story.
Adjusting measurements, doubling recipes, and working with fractions are all integral to basic baking and cooking – and your kid won’t even realize they’re practicing math (which, let’s face it, is the best way to practice math).
Especially through baking, children learn how different ingredients interact to create different results. If the timing or combination is off, the final results will be too! Cooking is one big science experiment, but tastier.
During our cooking classes, kids improve and strengthen their reading skills (writing, speaking, and listening, and vocabulary) through real-life application. Reading a recipe, understanding techniques like blending and folding, and following ordered step-by-step instructions are all important aspects of creating a proper final product.
We explore the history of food and nutrition, and the cultural, economic, environmental, and sociological impacts. Our classes incorporate diverse backgrounds and help children learn and appreciate others.
Developing fine motor skills is a vital part of growing up, and a natural benefit of cooking at a young age. Our classes sharpen their coordination through basic movements like mixing and measuring.
Our classes provide opportunities for healthy socialization – whether kids are listening to instructions or engaging in our instructions and cook along, they’re learning to productively connect and converse with fellow human beings.