Family Cook Nights
Come together for a dinner with your family and community. We provide a relaxed and open environment with conversations on healthy eating and food-based money saving tips, as well as ideas for how to further engage kids in the kitchen. These classes allow students to showcase their learning from the semester, although is inclusive for non-ATS students/first-time chefs as well. Open to all ages. We encourage all (immediate) family members to join us. (Up to 50 people.) Participants receive recipe cards and our Cooking with Kids Tip Sheet.
Raising Adventurous Eaters
In this parent-focused workshop, we will focus on how to start or improve upon existing good eating habits, and create a foundation for life-long adventurous eating. This discussion-based offering is for parents of toddlers and pre-K students, ages 2-5, covering topics such as “ picky eating,” healthy meals and snacks, and how to engage your child in the kitchen. We also share tips on creating a well-stocked pantry and how to prepare quick, go-to recipes.
Baby-Led Weaning (BLW)
An engaging workshop on how to guide your little one to become an adventurous eater, covering the ins and outs of baby-led weaning (BLW), how it differs from “traditional” methods of starting solids and how to provide your child the guided structure needed to succeed in developing positive eating habits.
Our hands-on adult cooking classes cover techniques for beginner to returning cooks. With a focus on increasing comfort in the kitchen and expanding palates, you’ll learn basic techniques like knife skills, partnering flavors, kitchen improvisation, reading recipes, kitchen terminology, and more. We explore seasonal, international, wholesome recipes that focus on fresh ingredients, whole grains, and family-style meals.