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Day 1: Kitchen Chemistry
Old Fashioned Ice Cream Sodas
Day 2: Powerful Proteins
Herb Crusted Chicken Tenders
What you will learn
Calling all teens for two days of mad-delicious food experiments and learning how to cook your favorite foods! We’ll get hands-on and cover fundamentals such as basic knife skills, how to read and follow a recipe, measuring and mixing, and the importance of kitchen safety. Best of all, we’ll get into the fun scientific details of cooking, including the importance of using specific amounts of ingredients and cooking times. Along the way, teens will learn how to make great food that will impress their family and friends.
Teens ages 13-17 are welcome to join this popular hands-on camp. Classes run about two hours each and last for two consecutive days, and each teen chef will take home a packet of the recipes they make. Share your love of cooking by giving them a foundation that will benefit them for a lifetime with an experience they’ll never forget.
*Please Note: Classes are only available as a two-day series. No single day enrollments.
What To Expect: Great cooking isn't about recipes—it's about techniques. In our classes you'll work together with other students in a fun, hands-on environment led by our professional chef instructors.
Classes are 2 to 2 1/2 hours, unless otherwise noted above
You will work with other students in groups of 4
Hands-on classes are limited to 16 students
You will be standing, cooking and working for most of the class
Please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and have long hair tied back
You will enjoy a generous taste of every dish
Students receive a coupon good for 10% off in-store purchases the day of class
Sur La Table recipes are developed using common cooking and baking ingredients that may or may not be specified in the menu titles, including various fruits and vegetables, nuts, meats, spices, wheat flours, etc. If you have a food allergy, please check with your local Cooking School before attending the class. Adjustments to recipes cannot be made during class.