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Fun and learning is the name of the game in my cooking courses! In this class, students will receive hands on (step by step) instruction for how to prepare easy and yummy chicken bacon wraps and delicious kale chips. I will start the class with a specific kitchen gadget that relates to the dish of the day. For this recipe, students will learn cooking terms, measurements and I will demonstrate how to properly use kitchen utensils. By the end of each class, students will be able to taste their...
When food is colorful and appetizing, it just makes for a great presentation to kids. For the past 5 years, I have been teaching kids culinary classes at Williams Sonoma, a high end kitchen chain store and at numerous after school programs at grade schools in the county of Los Angeles. My students love to learn the process of preparing a meal from start to finish and I love to see their sense of pride when they see what they have created. My style is very encouraging and I welcome whatever questions they may have. On a personal note, I have raised 3 daughters and have taught them how to prepare meals through different stages of their upbringing. To see the fruits of the time spent with them in the kitchen and to now see them cooking on their own as adults, has truly been a great joy. A mothers pride!
***Ingredients for chicken/bacon wraps*** Tortilla Large (any kind) Grilled Chicken (1/4 c boneless chicken breast cooked or packaged (already cooked/sliced) Cucumber (1) Small Bacon slices (3) We will cook bacon in class Tomato (1 small) Fried Onions (can) 2 Tbsp Whipped Cream Cheese (soft spreadable) Cheddar or jack Cheese (shredded) 2 tbsp Vegetable peeler Toothpicks Knife Spoon ***Ingredients for kale chips*** Kale Leaves (2 Bunches) Olive Oil Salt Foil Bake Pan Oven ****Note: Parental Guidance will be required for use of the oven
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Safety is of the upmost importance in my cooking courses. This class will require the use of the oven, so It is important that a parent is in close proximity to assist younger learners.
Donna RicksKids Cooking Instructor, Interior Decorator, Home Stager, Arts and Crafts Teacher
35 total reviews
42 completed classes
Hi, I’m Donna, a mom of 3 daughters from Los Angeles, CA. I am currently an Arts and Crafts and Cooking instructor for Elementary school kids ages 5-11. I teach in Los Angeles during the school year and at summer art camps. I enjoy the interaction...