If a camp has the same name or a similar concept as a previous year’s camp, don’t be afraid to sign up! We have changed around the recipes entirely (or in the case of Around the World, the countries we will be discussing), and so there will be entirely new things for your child to learn!*
All camps unless otherwise noted are geared for ages 5-13 and will be from 9am to 3pm, Monday through Friday of the week listed.
We can provide care until as late as 6pm, contact us for details and additional fees.
Deposit required to secure your child’s spot in a camp, final payment will be required by 5/1/19.
This camp will be discussing all kinds of baking techniques - everything from American style quick breads (think banana bread and biscuits) to steamed techniques, pastries, and traditional yeast breads!
Geared towards ages 5-8, we will be kicking off the summer with beginning techniques. We’ll learn how to safely use a pan to cook and saute, safe knife skills, what goes well together in soups and salads, what to pack for a picnic lunch, and some basic baking!
One of our most popular camps in the past, we couldn’t resist bringing it back again - with some amazing countries! This camp will discuss, make, and try cuisine from Ethiopia, Turkey, Ireland, Thailand, and Brazil!
A great camp for anyone interested in fresh foods and using local, seasonal ingredients, we’ll be learning about pickling and canning, dehydrating, grilling, braising, and so much more. There’s so much to discuss and do with fresh fruits and vegetables!
Back after last year’s excellent camp, we have totally new recipes and books and movies to discuss! We’ll have a Frontier day courtesy of books like Little House on the Prairie, a day filled with Magic, a day with Superheroes (especially the Incredibles!), Fairytales, and Space!
A camp so good we had to make two of them! Totally different countries than the previous weeks, we’ll be going around the world again - this time to Portugal, Sweden, South Africa, Cuba, and Vietnam! We will make and try recipes from each country, and discuss some foods that are native to the areas!
Perfect for your child that is comfortable in the kitchen, ages 9-13 preferred. We’ll be talking about some more advanced techniques including saute, baking, sauces (including the 5 “mother sauces” that form the basis for so many recipes!), braising, and baking. We’ll also talk about how to make our plates look pretty and unique with plating ideas and molecular gastronomy!
We couldn’t stick to just making cakes and cupcakes, we had to branch out this year! But it’s not all sweets - we’ll use some of our dessert techniques to make our lunches and savory snacks too. Items on our menu are pastries, pies, cookies, ice cream, cakes, and ideas on plating and how to make our sweet treats look even more amazing than they taste!