CAMP WILL NOT RUN UNLESS A MINIMUM OF 6 ARE SIGNED UP
Because nearly 2 billion people in the world consume insects on a regular basis, it seems obvious that the rest of us are missing out on the multiple benefits for both us as humans and the earth that can come from the utilization of insects as a protein substitute.
They can be pan-fried, boiled, sautéed, roasted, or baked with a bit of oil and salt. They can also be made into flour and used for bars, breads, crackers, and cookies.
Caterpillars, for example, provide more protein and more iron than the same quantity of beef.
Can Eating Insects Save the World, who knows???
Now that you have been informed, SIGN UP THE KIDS FOR THIS CAMP!!!
DAILY MENU COMING SOON!!!
Want to SAVE MONEY? We are offering the following discounts;
Early Bird Sign Up #1 is $415
Early Bird Sign Up #2 is $440
All sign ups after #2 are $460
Single Day Sign Up-$120
The cost includes lunch daily.
There will be Early Drop Off care from 9am-10am at $15
There Will be After Camp care from 2pm-3pm at $15
Both AM & PM will be offered for $25 OR 5-Day AM & PM Care $100
Because your children are not numbers to us, our focus is to cater to each child individually, help them where they need improvement and cap our camps numbers, 25 maximum, to keep the class intimate, so your child does not get lost in the masses. The goal is to offer your child an environment that feels like they are truly a part of the whole, unlike other programs who just want your money. Your kids are important to us!
Established in 2005, The Culinary Dude, Scott Davis has been teaching both kid and adult cooking classes, summer, winter & holiday cooking camps for kids, running food related programs, services and events all over California. With degrees in culinary arts and education, The Culinary Dude has the ability to engage students of all ages in the best cooking classes in the Bay Area. Fun, health, safety, nutrition and teamwork are at the center of each class that we teach. Our goal is to empower children in the kitchen to be self-sufficient and make healthy choices. Hands On Culinary Arts? YES!