Kids in the Kitchen

About 

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN

We are currently offering our Kids in the Kitchen

program for ages 6-9.

All Kids in the Kitchen Classes will be held at Good Life Financial - 2395 Lancaster Avenue, Reading, 19607.

WHAT'S NEW?

April - Sun's Up, Let's Eat!

April 18th

May 4th - Cinco de Mayo Party Favorites

June 6th - School's Out Cookout

What's New?

CHEF KATE

Our main chef and instructional expert in our kids' cooking program.

 

Kate is a certified elementary teacher currently working as an intervention specialist in the Wilson School District. Having achieved much experience with kids in the elementary and middle school years, Kate is well acquainted with the tastes, preferences, and learning styles of this diverse group.

 

In addition to her instructional duties, Kate has been a coordinator for a federally funded Kids Shape program focusing on healthy eating habits and lifestyles for kids and their families.

Our Chef

OUR CLASSES: 

 

July 25

Summer  Cookout

Our Menu:

  •  Summer BBQ kabobs with Orange Chili glaze-hints of honey and orange marinade kicks up the flavor on these mixed vegetable skewers.  Then rounded out with a touch of savory smoked paprika!

  • Roast Corn on the Cob with Compote Butter- corn on the cob goes hand-in-hand with summer.  Baked with herbs and butter to bring out a delicate freshness and flavor. We love corn on the cob!

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  • Strawberry Shortcake: mini shortcakes with nooks and crannies of crunchiness, sweet local strawberries and freshly made whipped cream.  

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OUR MISSION:

 "As we design our classes we strive to offer healthy, creative, delicious and fun recipes for your child's enjoyment. WE AVOID THE USE OF ANYTHING THAT HAS BEEN PROCESSED AND FIND HEALTHY ALTERNATIVES TO THESE CHOICES. In addition to this, we try to include some foods your child may not have encountered in order to expand and develop their palates. For instance, the addition of jicama or papaya in some cases may present an unfamiliar or strange choice for them. In these cases, we try to teach them about the origins and use of these foods. 

 

We have heard many times "Wow, I didn't think I would like that but it's really good"! and WE  ENCOURAGE THEM TO TRY SOMETHING NEW.

We believe there is nothing healthier than learning to cook and nothing that provides more satisfaction to others and to yourself than creating something wonderful to eat. We are honored to have the privilege of guiding your child to begin to discover the world of the culinary arts and the inherent benefits of this knowledge. Bon appetite!"

 

- Kate and Linda