Owner, Linda Kick started baking over 40 years ago after recieving an Easybake oven from Santa. As a professional decorator and instructor she knows the importance of a beautiful cake, cupcakes, cookies, and brownies that also taste fabulous. From sculpted cakes, cupcakes and dessert towers we can make your dream dessert.
The kitchen can seem bewildering to a child peering up at the many colanders, peelers, and skillets on the shelves, but a lesson from the trained cooks at Young Chefs Academy of Gahanna quickly demystifies kitchen utensils and cooking techniques. Weekly classes introduce kids to culinary concepts that vary each month, and full-day camps explore the culinary traditions of different countries and time periods. Weekend events highlight exotic dishes or take children on cartoon-themed picnics. In addition to kid-friendly offerings, the academy hosts team-building exercises for adults and businesses, pitting friends and coworkers against one another in Iron Chef competitions with all food, recipes, and English overdubs provided.
Children can explore the flavor profiles inspired by their inner chef through interactive kitchen education that bypasses 80-watt-light-bulb baking. Young Chefs Academy provides a fun, safe, and motivating environment for kids to become acquainted with the art of food and food presentation. Engaging chef instructors instill lessons of kitchen etiquette and safety in youngsters growing up in a world full of laser can-openers and sharp pasta rakes, giving children a capable handle on their surroundings as they journey into the land of food.
Since taking her first choreographed step in kindergarten, Amy Stauffer has danced behind Britney Spears, the Orlando Magic basketball team, and Mickey Mouse. After leaping across stages on the Hit Me Baby One More Time Tour and Disney's Magic Kingdom, she began tutoring the twirling arts at her own studio—a venue that the Sun News praises for its imaginative classes. Amy welcomes adults and children alike to "dance the difference" through jazz, ballet, tap, cheer, and courses where parents and their kids bond through partnering up. Her staff patrols the studio's sprung floors as they train groups for annual recitals and competitions. Every instructor broadcasts a positive attitude during their sessions, approaching dance as a flexible and creative exercise for personal development rather than a means to distract spelling-bee opponents.
Meal planning causes stress. Stress sheds hair. Hair in meals sends food back to kitchens and demands a refund, causing more stress, more hair loss, and eventual universe-destroying "Möbius Incident." Satisfy your family while avoiding culinary mishaps and hassle with today’s ready-to-cook Groupon. For $36, you get three easy and delicious pre-prepared meals (that serve four to six people) from Cooking Thyme, a $66 to $72 value. Though Cooking Thyme also offers meal preparation classes, today's deal gives you the entire flavor with none of the work. Simply stop in to pick up your meals, keep them frozen until you're ready to eat, and heat them up.