Some chefs are SO famous that if you just say their first names you know exactly who I’m referring to such as:
Quick test, do you know all of their last names? Answers are at the bottom!
While these chefs won’t be cooking for your kids anytime soon, we’ve got the next best thing with our Fall after-school cooking theme
As parents with a true passion for cooking, you GET IT.
You know cooking is important for your child’s development.
You know expanding their palates will give them energy and focus in the classroom.
You know that if they can cook for themselves, one day they will be feeding you!
But it’s HARD to get kids in the kitchen sometimes.
Maybe you’re too busy to cook a meal at home
What if your kids could learn to cook AT SCHOOL?
Here’s the convenience for you:
They’re already AT school.
And once a week they get a TREAT from you: A cooking class!
And besides making delicious and healthy food like Kale salad, Cauliflower Gratin, Pasta Caprese with cherry tomatoes, Rainbow Salad Wraps and more
They learn about Nutrition (what does Vitamin A do?)
Culture (Who invented these dishes?)
Dining Etiquette (What’s the proper way to chew at the table?)
And every time you pick them you get to see their smiling face and get a sample of each day’s recipe
Spots are being swooped up EVERY DAY.
(I love to check my inbox, because I get an email every time someone registers 🙂
We know we’ll fill up each class because cooking is so popular with our schools.
Tomorrrow, I’ll be sending out a recipe featured this Fall.
But right now I gotta go home and make some Cauliflower rice
Because it’s healthy, easy and full of vitamins.
I’ll serve it with some sirloin steak and a baguette that will be turned into bruschetta or garlic bread.
See you in cooking class this Fall!
P.S. Answer: Ramsay, De Laurentiis, Flay, Oliver, Fieri, Garten)