Want Your Tweens To Have Fun in the Kitchen this Summer?
WE ARE OPEN! Join us for COVID-Compliant Summer Cooking Camps and have fun with us in the kitchen, learn valuable cooking skills and turn “I’m Bored” into “Can you get me some stuff at the grocery store please?”
We are thrilled to be open this summer and have worked tirelessly to provide a safe and healthy cooking environment. in our new permanent kitchen in Circle Pines for the 2020 Summer Cooking Camp season.
We believe in the value of 100% hands-on cooking experiences, so we limit the size of classes to 8 stations, with only 2 students per cooking station. This allows our culinary instructors to provide individual attention to each student. We will be sharing photos on our blog as construction continues.
Each station is fully equipped with all of the equipment and materials required for each pair of students to cook their own recipe, including a convection oven, hot plate, and stand mixer.
Students receive individual attention throughout each lesson by an adult culinary instructor and additional helping hands from kitchen assistants and student volunteers.
Our new location in Circle Pines has a gorgeous outside patio where we will be able to grow a garden, extend our learning space, and eat lunch in the warm sunshine.
Amazing Culinary Staff
My daughter absolutely loves taking classes here! Chef Tiffany does a fantastic job with the kids. It is obvious how much she cares for each child and loves teaching them about cooking and baking. I would highly recommend the Kids Cooking School and look forward to my daughter taking many more classes here.
– Stacy K. in Lino Lakes
Summer Culinary Academy for Teens
Our Teen Classes are perfectly geared towards students in middle and high school who are looking for more advanced recipes to make on their own. Their hands are more developed than younger students and can handle multiple instructions at one time, so we go at a faster pace.
Summer Cooking Camps for Upper Elementary
Students in 3rd – 5th grade are at the perfect age to attend summer cooking camps. At this point they are able to read and do simple math as well as stay focused on finished a recipe with their peers. These classes go at the right pace for this age and have extra time built in for repetition and mistakes. It’s a great summer adventure for both boys and girls!