Kids Cook teenager cookery camp will run in June, 2017. Do you find it hard to get your teenagers up and out to do something constructive during their summer holidays? Well, this camp is ideal for ages 13-16. It will run for three afternoons. So, they don’t even have to get out of bed early!
Teenager Cookery Camp – Wed 14th – Friday 16th June – 2-5pm – €100
If you are an existing client of Kids Cook, you will not have to complete booking details. Simply log in with your email address and password to make the booking. Payment accepted by debit or credit card.
During this course, they will learn a variety of cooking and baking skills, which will give them independence in the kitchen. They will leave with a great repertoire of recipes that they can recreate at home. This will include snacks, quick meals for one, food for family and friends and some baked treats for special occasions. We will cover breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks.
In addition, we will cover other aspects of the culinary arts, such as food safety, kitchen hygiene, food facts, and nutritional information. This camp is a chance for teenagers to unleash their culinary creativity, develop a knowledge and interest in cooking – skills for life! This will set them on their way to making good eating choices, knowing how to cook from scratch using fresh, nutritious ingredients and wowing friends and family with their creations.
Kids Cook is a fun place to learn to cook, the camps are sociable and interactive, if that’s what the students want them to be!
If you have any more questions, feel free to call us on 01 8252926 or email email@example.com. The easiest way to book is online below.
Camp will include
- 3 course meal for family and friends
- Summer Lunches
- Baking Skills
- Nutritious breakfasts and snacks
- Meal planning
- Food preparation and clean up
- Fun quiz based on school curriculum and camp
They will enjoy
- Social interaction of learning with their peers in a fun relaxed environment,
- Feel good factor of achieving success with many recipes and skills.
- Lots of responsibility in kitchen with guidance from staff.
- Being introduced to new ingredients and tastes.
- Sitting in a lovely room together to eat and chat with new friends.
Recipes will be tailored to teach skills needed for life but will also be useful for school practical exams. Elements of the course are drawn from the Home Economics curriculum for Junior Cert.
Even if your child isn’t studying home economics, they will leave the course with cooking skills and a repertoire of recipes they can make at home and indeed for life! Learning the basics of cooking will always stand to them, as students in college, cooking for themselves at home and not always relying on parents to feed them! Learning how quick, easy and healthy home cooking and baking can be!