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Let's cook up a yummy dinner every week from scratch. You do the cooking and give your parents a break! The recipe changes weekly. We'll do 3-6 months of meals before we repeat recipes.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
60 minutes per class
Welcome cooks/young chefs! If you're wanting to learn to cook or just learn new recipes, this weekly ongoing cooking class is for you. Join us for this weekly cooking club as we work through each step of the recipe together to create delicious meals for your family! Each main dish will take 45-60 minutes to create not including any extra needed bake time. You’ll improve your food preparation skills (how to slice, dice, chop, etc., learn more about food safety, build your kitchen...
2-Students will become more confident and independent in the kitchen. They will learn about seasonings and spices, basic cooking techniques, kitchen safety, and more, collecting recipes they can go back to with confidence and cook again.
My cooking experience began probably around 5 years old. We had 6 kids growing up plus, relatives close in age that were often around for meals. (I never learned to cook in small quantity!) Being the oldest, I always helped in the kitchen and learned to love cooking, canning and baking from a young age. I might say my mom was a great teacher! With our 5 children I felt it important to teacher them from a young age to be confident and knowledgeable in the kitchen, and to enjoy the process. I've also taught bread making classes for years.
I will make every effort to have our meal completed as class ends, but there are some recipes that just take a little longer than the time we have so, students may be left with taking the meal from the oven to serve or finishing a few last minute details we do not have time for in class. I will leave them with all instructions needed to finish up. They will also be responsible for all clean up that has not been finished as they go.
The list of all ingredients for each menu item will be send 4-7 days in advance. (I aim for a week) The recipe will be sent to put with your collecting recipes the morning of the class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
You know best if your child is comfortable using the oven and stove top, as well as a knife or other small appliances. If you or your child are uncomfortable with that, please be available to assist them as needed.
Meet the teacher
Hi! I've been teaching or coaching in many different ways most of my life. I think I'm always learning and teaching something. Cooking, arts and crafts, reading skills, life skills, meditation, emotional health classes, helping clients of all...