Children occupied by constructive afterschool activities are less likely to buy BB guns or hang out with dogs that buy children BB guns. Keep tots gainfully at play with today’s Groupon to A Kid’s Kitchen in Naperville. Choose from the following options:
- For $52, you get a three-class Little Chef series (a $105 value).
- For $52, you get a three-class Sous Chef series (a $105 value).
- For $75, you get a three-class Executive Chef series (a $150 value).<p>
At A Kid’s Kitchen, classically trained chefs teach burgeoning culinarians ages 3 and up how to cook fun, creative dishes during one-hour classes that take place almost every day of the week. Parents and imaginary guardians accompanying Little Chef pupils, aged 3–6, in November will assist them as they craft turkey-shaped cookies on day one, cinnamon rolls on day two, and turkey pot pies during the final session. Instructors leading the Sous Chef series in November create a similar menu to teach 7-year-olds–10-year-olds how to use French rolling pins to yield sugar dough that they’ll use to craft cinnamon rolls adorned with butter cream. Knife skills are the focal point of the Executive Chef series, designed for teens and kids ages 10 and up, who create chicken chili, bread pudding, and pumpkin whoopie pies. The curriculum changes month to month to keep classes consistently fresh and stave off coups d’état from bored kitchen utensils.
A Kid’s Kitchen is entirely free of tree nuts and peanuts, which helps prevent any allergic reactions and any attention from nearby elephant hoards.
A Kid's Kitchen
Classically trained in the culinary arts, the friendly chefs at A Kid's Kitchen help tykes tap their foodie instincts during hands-on classes in a peanut- and nut-free environment. One-time sessions and class series feature topics from twisting soft pretzels to adorning cakes with fondant to crafting perfectly aerodynamic food-fighting weapons, with topics geared to please different age ranges. Summer camps keep kids engaged during school's off-season, and birthday parties entertain groups with edible festivity. Additionally, parents can order custom cakes and pastries from the kitchen, which also dishes its desserts from a space free of peanuts, tree nuts, or allergy-inducing political discourse.