The Dirty Apron Cooking School is putting kids in the kitchen this summer. Beginning July 5th the school will launch its first kids camp with the goal of teaching children aged 7 to 11 and teens aged 12 to 17 the skills to prepare basic meals while learning about healthy eating and where their food comes from.
The weeklong camp will focus on how to use a knife safely and with confidence, the basic building blocks of nutrition, and sourcing local ingredients. In addition to being armed with kitchen know-how, students will be in charge of dishing up their own menus, so by week’s end they’ll be crafting a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner without furrowing a brow.
The camp will be offered for ages 7-11 and 12-17 with classes running Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm throughout the summer months. Space will be limited to 24 students per class. Tuition for the camp is priced at $450 and includes a daily recipe book, closely supervised hands-on instruction and all meals. For more information, including daily menus please visit: www.dirtyapron.com/classes