Cooking With Friends: Ongoing Fall Cooking
Hey Jr Chefs and Foodies! Join me for our Wednesday's Cooking Club, as we learn how to prepare some fun and delicious entrees, sides, dessert treats for each week. (Fall Edition)
Christine Benta - Outschool Teacher
168 total reviews for this teacher
25 reviews for this class
Completed by 113 learners
Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Join me as we experiment in the kitchen as we create some delicious SUMMER dishes, baked treats, some ice-cold delights to enjoy with family and friends, great for your 2022 holidays and get-to-gethers. During theses weekly sessions students will improve their cooking skills, gain more knowledge, and become more confidence in cooking these meals for many years to come. During the each class a quick discussion will occur about all class rules, kitchen safety guideline, meal prep tasks,...
Students will learn how to: *slice, dice and chop vegetables. *properly cook fish, chicken, and ground meat. *mix and layer ingredients *use herbs and vegetable to add flavor and texture. *make adjustments with ingredients and cooking times as needed *kitchen measurement and calculations *make homemade sauces and dressings *trust the process of creating
I am a Cooking and Art Enrichment Instructor and a traveling foodie, for children ages 5 -18. I have taught fusion inspired cooking, baking, and art classes for over 10 years.
No homework will be given, however participants are advised to take sometime to review the recipes.
The ingredient list and a recipes are posted in the classroom I will be sent out every 2-3 days before the class starts. Some recipes will be posted after class, when we are focusing on techniques and skills, not just the recipes. All ingredients can be purchase at your local farmer's markets, grocery stores, and online. All students are responsible for reviewing all ingredient list/recipes, so that they can collect all the ingredient needed before class starts. Most meal prep will occur doing the session, unless instructed to do otherwise, please do not prep ahead of time, so that we can keep a continuous pace. Please reach out about alternative ingredients prior to class. If you don't get a chance, assistance can be during class. GENERAL TOOL LIST (Specific tools will be posted in the classroom) 1.A big/ medium bowl 2. 2-3 small prep bowls 3. A large or medium skillet 4. Cutting board 5. A knife: chef knife , pairing knife, or clear plastic knife with grooves on the blades. (one that they are most comfortable with) 6. Butter knife 7. A small spoon and fork 8. a can opener 9. A Small Pot for rice/ Quinoa or a Rice Cooker 10. Baking tray 11. Mixer (handheld or cake mixer) 12. Rubber spatula 13. Aluminum paper 14. A blender 15. A big baking dish 16. Measuring spoons and Cups 17. Cupcake paper liners 18. Food processor 19. Vegetable peeler
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
After each session, each participant will get to taste their cooked meal and share it with their family.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Since we will be using, blenders, knives, the stove top, the oven, graters, etc. for certain recipes, some parental supervision is advised if any assistance is need, by the student. The student will do the majority of the cooking.
Christine Benta - Outschool Teacher
Let's Cook and Paint the World Around Us
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
168 total reviews
120 completed classes
Hi Friends! My name is Christine and a Cooking Instructor, and an Art Enrichment Instructor. I believe that we were created to create, and so I hope to inspire my students to feel free to use their senses, ideas, and imaginations to continuously...