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Beginning Teen Grill Masters Summer Camp

Calling all future grill masters, in this five-day class students will learn grill basics while cooking delicious summer meals and desserts on the grill.
Jennifer Hughes, B.A., J.D., LL.M, LC
566 total reviews for this teacher
New class
year olds
learners per class


Charged upfront
$14 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
60 minutes per class
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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Grill Safety
Different types of grilling styles:  Coal, Gas/Propane, and Smoking discussion
Grilled Desserts
Foil Grilling
Grill Maintenance
Vegetable and Fruit Grilling
My teaching experience is varied. I grew up with a family that ran two restaurants and have taken around a hundred cooking classes around the world, including grilling classes.  Food preparation is part of my identity, it is something I love.  I am also a professor, attorney and mother of seven.  I have taught everything from pre-k to Graduate School and have both homeschooled/unschooled and chosen traditional routes for my children. I have decided to teach this class simply for my love of cooking, family meals, and to share something I am passionate about.
Food prep will be assigned in each class.  In some classes we will begin marinades for the following day.
Students do not necessarily need a grill, but it is recommended. A grocery list will be sent a week before class begins and outline all of the ingredients for the week. Students will need skewers for kabobs, tin foil, 2 Gallon size freezer bags and/or containers to hold marinade and meat. You will need a 5/8th by 24 inch dowel for the eclairs, but this is an optional recipe. I purchased a 5/8th by 36 dowel on Amazon for 5.99 and cut it down. You also want a container for our vinaigrette. A meat thermometer is recommended to ensure full cook, but students can also check without a thermometer. Grill maintenance and upkeep is up to the learner and their family.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
assessment available by parent request
5 hours per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students should have safety awareness when cooking and handling utensils, including knives.  If you feel that your student may need assistance, please have an adult ready in the home.  It is preferable that there is an adult in the home during this class. Make sure to show your learner how to turn your grill off and on before class and purchase the ingredient list provided. If you are using a gas stove, please have the adult get the propane hooked up ahead of time safely.  Test the grill before class with adult supervision.  If using charcoal, please set the charcoal up before class and teach your student how to start your grill safely. Please have a fire extinguisher in your home that is known and accessible to the student.  

Warning: Please review each recipe in detail.  Possible allergens include: milk, nuts, wheat, dairy, eggs, or soy. Alternative recipes or ideas can be provided if you contact the instructor ahead of time.  Please give at least three day's notice.  You can also tailor your recipe to your own tastes.
We will use Kahoot, Nearpod, Canva and possibly Youtube during class.  Students will not need to make an account.  I use many articles for reference and will share some of these with students in class.  


Jennifer Hughes, B.A., J.D., LL.M, LC
Lives in the United States
Inclusivity Supporter, Engagement Seeker, and a Passion to Pass on Joy and a Life Long Love of Learning.
566 total reviews
697 completed classes

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