Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Up to 64% Off Culinary Kids Camp

What do you get when you mix yummy, kid-friendly recipes with a chef who loves to guide little ones ... Then add basic culinary skills your children will use for a lifetime, plus lots of taste-testing fun?

Culinary kids camp!

And then when you throw in up to 64% off for good measure ... you've got culinary kids camp at a major steal!

Beat the heat and introduce your kids to the delights of cooking with Jeanette Warne Pastries in Ellicott City. Jeanette is offering junior day camps for 12-14 year olds at 50% off and week-long kids camps for 7-12 year olds at 64% off.

Jeanette is a graduate of L'Academie de Cuisine Culinary School in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Her early love for cooking was shaped by her mother and grandmother, who she says provided wholesome, fresh home cooking.

Jeanette's goal with her culinary kids camps is similar: "To encourage children to discover the joys of cooking and knowing where our food comes from...from farm to plate all while obtaining basic educational skills and culinary techniques in a fun and open environment." Camps are kept small with a maximum of six so Jeanette can give each child individualized attention.

Here's the deal:

To claim, mention Economoms when calling to make your reservation at 443-561-4744. Or, reserve online here and write Economoms in the Additional Information box. Bon appetit!

Junior Chefs Culinary Day Camp for 12 - 14 Year Olds
  • One Camp Regularly $110 - Discounted Cost $55 (50% off!)
  • Four Camps Regularly $290 - Discounted Cost $145 (50% off!)
Young Pastry Chefs
Fundamentals of Pastry Art
7/25 & 7/29, 1-4 p.m.
Young World Cuisine Chefs
Basics of World Cuisine with a Mediterranean Focus
7/26 & 7/28, 1-4 p.m.
Young Master Chefs
Basic Knife Skills and Culinary Techniques
8/1 & 8/3, 1-4 p.m.
Young Sustainable Chefs
Eco-friendly culinary practices
8/9 & 8/11, 1-4 p.m.

Summer Kids Culinary Camps for 7-12 Year Olds
  • One Week Regularly $345 - Discounted Cost $125 (64% Off!)
Cookies and Cupcakes
Campers will bake cookies and cupcakes, as well as make sugar flowers and other adornments to decorate them. Cookies on the menu include chocolate chip, sugar and snickerdoodles.
7/25-7/29, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Eating Healthy
The earlier kids learn about healthy eating and nutrition, the easier it is to form lifelong, good habits. We will review the MyPlate.gov groups and prepare simple dishes from each.
8/1-8/5, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Ice Cream Stand Wars
This is a friendly war wagered between campers who will learn how to make French and Philadelphia style ice creams. Each day will be spent going through the steps of making ice cream (from making the base to chilling it to spinning/churning it and finally curing it). Kids will also make various mix-ins to add to their ice cream, as well as cookies to accompany it. The campers will form teams and each team will work on their own ice cream creations and ice cream stand. On the last day of camp, we will host an ice cream social to which parents and family members are invited!
8/8-8/12. 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
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