Register for Online Classes
Find a class that best suits your needs and sign up. All cooking classes are vegetarian; you’ll be sent ingredients and equipment lists upon signup. Feel free to make adaptations and substitutions based on your tastes, allergies and access; we offer some substitutions too. Don’t see a class you’re interested in or need a time that better fits your schedule? Let us know and we’ll see what we can do!
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To take a class, be sure to have the Zoom application downloaded on your computer, phone, or iPad/tablet. This video conferencing tool is free and easy to use. The class link will be included in your registration confirmation. Please make sure you arrive to class 2-3 minutes before the scheduled start time. Entrance to class will close 10 minutes after the start of class. If you are having technical difficulties, send a note explaining your problem to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What People Are Saying
“My kids loved the class, they immediately asked to attend more in the future!” – Hina M.
“A. had a blast and was beyond excited to bring me snacks!” – Rebecca K.
“E. LOVED the class. I have been trying to get her to eat hummus for years and she has rejected it, but she loves this one!” – Melanie H.
2-5 Year Olds
6-11 year olds
Beat the after-school blues with our fun, interactive CORE- and STEM-based classes. Cook with us, either in English or Spanish, and we’ll show your young chef how to hone their knife skills, identify produce, and properly measure all kinds of ingredients, learning about food history and international cuisine along the way. If movement is what your family is craving, our multi-talented Allergic to Salad educators now offer yoga and dance classes accessible for all levels and abilities. Offerings are designed for little to no parental involvement.
11-16 year olds
Specially geared to middle school students, this class delves into components of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). We’ll learn about fats, carbohydrates, proteins, nutrition, math, environmental & soil health, microbes & fermentation, and more, viewing cooking through the lens of the scientific method, treating recipes as experiments with delicious results. In addition, we will touch on food policy, justice, and sustainability during our lessons, all while teaching important life skills, like scaling recipes, budgeting, money saving tips, and properly handling food and kitchen equipment. Classes are designed for no parental involvement. Recipes are kept with “pantry cooking” in mind as much as possible, and offer substitution ideas and equipment workarounds throughout.
The days are long, work feels impossible, homeschooling is hard, and we’re tired of cooking, we get it. Trust us, we do. Take some of the pressure of “what to cook?” off your mind and join us in the kitchen. We’ve put together some of our all-time favorite, student-tested dishes for these classes. Whether you join us for new breakfast inspiration or to wind down in the evening, we’ll be sure to mix up your usual meal. Recipes are designed with “pantry cooking” in mind, and classes will include money saving tips, how to incorporate your whole family in the cooking process, as well as foundational culinary skills. We’re there to answer any questions, offer ideas and substitutions, and more.
Whether you’ve been cooking for ages and want a little culinary socialization, or realize you can’t boil water, we can help. It doesn’t matter if you’re cooking for one or ten, sometimes we just need to break up the standards. Recipes are designed with “pantry cooking” in mind, and classes will include money saving tips, as well as foundational cooking skills and tricks. We’re there to answer any questions, offer ideas and substitutions, and more.