Celebrate Mother Nature in this special Earth Day Cooking workshop. In this drop-off class, kids will cook seasonal dishes as they explore what parts of plants and vegetables are edible, how to cook with imperfect produce, and reducing waste. Younger students will learn cooking fundamentals such as basic knife skills, reading recipes and kitchen safety. Older students will practice basic cooking skills and learn more complex techniques to help build confidence in the kitchen. Class size is limited. Sign up to reserve your spot.
Haynes Altobello is a kindergarten teacher and after-school cooking club instructor at the J.R. Lowell Elementary school in Watertown, MA. Her passion for teaching and her love of cooking (and eating!) has led her to ChopChop. Haynes believes in developing children's food literacy and cooking competencies to empower them to become adventurous eaters and creative cooks. In addition to teaching and cooking, Haynes enjoys gardening and antiquing.
695-697 BELMONT STREET
BELMONT, MA 02478
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