Get your kids in the kitchen with a summer cooking class
Don’t let your kiddos sit idle this summer! Get them busy in the kitchen with one of these six San Antonio-area cooking classes. To read more about how to get your kids cooking, plus five kid-friendly recipes with flavors adults will love, please go to our subscriber site, ExpressNews.com.
Central Market: Several Kids’ Camp (all $50) classes teaching breakfast dishes, pie baking, Thai recipes, pasta making and more are available through June and July. Find the complete schedule at centralmarket.com.
Culinary Institute of America: Sign up for one of five family-friendly classes ($185-$1,500) that teach kitchen fundamentals, baking secrets, Italian food and more to both children and their parents at San Antonio’s premier culinary education facility. Find the complete schedule at culinary.edu.
Mays Family YMCA at Potranco: The CHEF program run through The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio regularly holds cooking classes and week-long camps ($50-$400) at this West Side YMCA location through June and July. Find the complete schedule at chefsa.org.
San Antonio Botanical Garden: Both younger children and teens can learn to cook in this facility’s stunning outdoor kitchen through a series of camps (all $225 members, $250 nonmembers) that teach not only how to cook, but how food is grown as well. Find the full schedule at sabot.org.
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Sur la Table: This retailer offers immersive three- and five-day cooking classes ($150-$249) for two age groups, 8-12 and 13-17, that teach a wide range of kitchen fundamentals. Find the full schedule at surlatable.com.
Young Chefs Academy: Sweet and savory baking, working with chocolate, competition cooking and more are taught in nearly 20 week-long classes (all $250) through this facility’s Camp Can-I-Cook summer program through June, July and August. Find the complete schedule at youngchefsacademy.com.
Paul Stephen is a food and drink reporter and restaurant critic in the San Antonio and Bexar County area. Read him on our free site, mySA.com, and on our subscriber site, ExpressNews.com. | email@example.com | Twitter: @pjbites | Instagram: @pjstephen