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Tastes of Italy Summer Camp / June 11-14 / 10am-1pm

Travel to Italy with your taste buds! We are going to let our tummies be our tour guides! In this hands-on cooking day camp, our chefs will enjoy making from scratch; pasta, pizza, calzones, cannolis, spinach ravioli, spaghetti & meatballs, and more!  Each day, we’ll make multiple recipes celebrating the cuisine from Italy. Our campers will gain practical cooking skills along the way while they explore global flavors.

* Dates: 6/11-6/14
* Time: 10am-1pm 
* Ages: 5-10 (K-5th grades)
* Cost: $230 per session 
* Materials & food we prepare in class are included each day
* Location: Kitchen House 


Please let us know if your child has any dietary restrictions. 

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Our camp is well suited for kids who thrive in a structured environment. We’ve put much thought into creating the kind of camp that we’d love to send our own kids to. We keep our camps small in size (maximum 12-15 campers) and teach each camp ourselves with the help of our trusted and experienced staff. 

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I Love You to Pizzas – 1 Day Workshop

I love you to Pizzas!  One Day Workshop.

Join us to make your own personal size heart pizzas (1 to eat & 1 to take home), Decorate Valentine Sugar Cookies, make Valentine Crafts, & have lots of fun with friends. 

In this workshop, your cook will learn proper cutting techniques of vegetables for pizza toppings, make pizza dough from scratch, and shape their dough into hearts for 2 personal size pizzas!

Water & Juice Served

Ages 5-10


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Pan-Fried Cinnamon Bananas

Pan-Fried Cinnamon Bananas  Join your little Chef in the kitchen and make yummy Cinnamon Bananas for dessert!  Pan Fried Cinnamon Bananas are a great way to practice your chopping skills.  These are super easy to make, and super delicious.  The coating caramelizes quickly, so keep the heat low and don’t be afraid to turn the […]

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Holiday Smoothie

This week in class, we made holiday colored smoothies. Fruit smoothies with a handful of spinach. We used frozen fruit rather than ice to keep our smoothies as flavorful as possible. The kids were dubious about the spinach at first, but they couldn’t taste it once everything was blended together. A great way to get […]

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