In Teaching Table's first series just for junior chefs ages 11 to 14, participants will develop their culinary independence and learn culinary basics. Each week for 4 weeks, students will plan and prepare a full dinner menu.
Do you have spice jars in your pantry you've never touched? Are you curious about all the colorful jars and canisters at spice markets but hesitant to try them? For this cooking class, prepare to have your taste buds clobbered with flavor! After feasting on a meal of intensely flavorful foods, you will create your own fresh spice blends to jar and take home with you.
This election day we will be cooking up some classic "American" eats. While school is closed for polling, your kids can meet at the Teaching Table to talk about what it means to be American: our freedoms, our responsibility to vote, and the foods that have bubbled in our melting pots for over 200 years. See more and the entirely vegetarian menu here.
Kids will ring in the Jewish New Year baking bread from scratch and blending healthy spreads to slather on that warm bread. Our fully hands-on cooking workshop ensures your kids learn new skills, collaborate with peers, and challenge themselves while out of school.
In this class, you'll learn the basics of preserving through multiple methods, including quick pickling, canning and freezing and through production of recipes like pickled beets, peach habañero hot sauce, grape preserves, or Muhammara sauce. Learn how to store some jarred goodness next to your camping gear in that cramped closet this fall and how to use your freezer for more than just ice cubes and vodka.
In this Summer Cooking Intensive, kids aged 6-12 will embark on a culinary adventure around the world. They will explore and make their own popular wrapped and rolled foods from a variety of ethnic cuisines. This Summer Cooking Intensive will provide them with hours of hands-on engagement, expand their cultural knowledge, and build their culinary tool belt. Choose from Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or all 4 days!