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90-Minute Kids’ Cooking Class for One or Two at Young Chefs Academy (Up to 61% Off)

Forest Hills

97% of 490 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Experienced chefs educate kids in kitchen safety, food handling & preparation in fun drop-off classes with themes & rotating menus

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 18th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. Valid only for ages 4-18. Not valid for workshops, birthday parties, or mini-camps. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like learning to juggle, learning to cook requires patience, a distraction-free environment, and the ability to handle multiple eggplants at once. Create a future kitchen ringmaster with today's Groupon to Young Chefs Academy in Forest Hills. Choose between the following options, both of which are drop-off classes:

  • For $19, you get a 90-minute kids’ cooking class for one (up to a $45 value).
  • For $35, you get a 90-minute kids’ cooking class for two (up to a $90 value).

The epicureans at Young Chefs Academy mold gastronomic artists with fun cooking classes for kids aged 4–18. Students learn the essentials of proper food handling, as well as preparation and kitchen-safety tips such as how to avoid spork fights. Like an indecisive chameleon, classes have a new theme each month and new recipes each week, where kids accumulate knowledge while using professional equipment in a decked-out kitchen. April focuses on re-inventing breakfast, and during May, kids learn recipes to whip up for their moms on Mother's Day.

Young Chefs Academy

The recipe for a successful cooking class requires the right mix of teacher, chef, and nutritionist—a balance that each instructor strikes at Young Chef Academy. They host students aged 4–18 in weekly cooking classes which regularly change recipes while sticking to the monthly theme. They cater to individual children, school field trips, and even scout troops. They even teach kids how to make their own treats during birthday parties, such as birthday cakes that come out of the oven already on fire and ready to be blown out.


Reviews

food handling, kitchen safety, cognitive reasoning, and manners – are served up at the Young Chefs Academy, cleverly disguised in a program of fun.

Anne Shisler-Hughes, Edible Queens: The Blog, 10/26/11

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97% of 490 customers recommend

  • “My any son went to learn to cook for something to do. And he did, but he came home with a few desperately needed friends!! He loved it, I'm all in!!”

  • “Great place for your kids. Clean and neat. Very educated workers.”

  • “It's an amazing experience for the kids. Your kids will want to come back again, and makes them want to be more involved in healthy eating habits, and be part of a...”

    “It's an amazing experience for the kids. Your kids will want to come back again, and makes them want to be more involved in healthy eating habits, and be part of a great experience, which is cooking for the ones they love. ”

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    Forest Hills

    108-10 72nd Ave.

    Floor 2

    Forest Hills, New York 11375

    718-268-0343

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