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December Break Camp

Summer camp check back January 2023 

What They'll Learn

These hands-on, immersive experiences inspire, excite, and get kids cooking. Students learn kitchen safety, knife skills, cooking techniques, how to choose produce, how to read a recipe, and how to cook without recipes, as well as table setting and etiquette. My goals are to help students cultivate curiosity, confidence, creativity, and calm in the kitchen and collaborate and connect with peers through food.

Helpful Details

Classes are held in Northeast Yonkers, Westchester, NY.

Camps are Monday - Friday unless otherwise noted.

The cost is 525. per person, which includes all food, supplies, and equipment.

No nuts are used in our recipes, but our facility is not nut free. 

Recipes that are not vegetarian have vegetarian alternatives.

Please send a take-home container so students can bring home any leftovers.

Bonus Skills

As a 26-year licensed culinary arts teacher, I know the importance of designing classes to incorporate math, reading, critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity through the life skill of cooking while having FUN!