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February 8, 2012
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What You'll Get
Teaching children to cook makes them less likely to eat only hot dogs as adults or experience adolescent confusion about where sprouts come from. Set kids on a palatable path with today's Groupon to A Kid's Kitchen in Naperville. Choose between the following options.
• For $17, you get a Little Chef class (a $35 value).
• For $49, you get a three-part series of Little Chef classes (a $105 value).
Children and their parental counterparts whisk, bake, and chomp treats crafted from scratch under the guidance of professional chefs in A Kid's Kitchen's nut-free facilities. Choose your kitchen excursion from a flexible schedule of interactive lessons, which share chef secrets in a format more accessible than calling Rachael Ray's 1-800 number. The Little Chef series pairs parents with their pint-sized gourmands (ages 3–6) for a fun, one-hour immersion in culinary creation, whipping up desserts such as mint-chocolate-chip ice cream and chocolate lava cakes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must redeem classes in full by 2/2/12. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.