What's Cooking?

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Instructor Lynne Gerald oversees kids age 2–15 in holiday cooking workshops that teach patience, social skills & healthy food habits

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Promotional value expires Dec 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Subject to availability. New customers only. Valid only for workshops starting in January 2012. Not valid for Halloween or December Holiday Workshops. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Healthy eating keeps bodies strong enough to tear phonebooks in half and minds sharp enough to telekinetically put them back together. Power up with today’s Groupon to What’s Cooking? in Oyster Bay. Choose between the following options:

  • For $27, you get a children’s cooking workshop for one child (a $54 value).
  • For $49, you get a children’s cooking workshop for two children (a $108 value).

Skilled in the supervision and education of pintsize chefs, What’s Cooking? instructor Lynne Gerald has dished kid-friendly cooking advice on Martha Stewart’s talk show. During two-hour workshops, kids age 2–15 cook meals for holidays, measuring and stirring up tea-time snacks for Mother’s Day or larding and sculpting wooden teeth out of carob for Washington’s Birthday. The school structures its curricula to teach patience, recycling, and social skills. Workshops, which can include up to 20 pupils, aim to instill the foundations of healthy eating in children at a young age, discouraging them from unhealthy habits such as snacking on Fritos unearthed from davenport cushions.

What's Cooking?

Skilled in the supervision and education of pint-size chefs, What's Cooking? instructor Lynne Gerald has dished kid-friendly cooking advice on Martha Stewart's talk show. Her culinary career began in nursery programs, where Lynne would teach cooking lessons to her students as a fun break from memorizing the periodic table. Young chefs began to show increased motor skills, vocabularies, and desires to share, prompting Lynne to create her youth-focused cooking school. The school structures its curricula to teach patience, recycling, and social skills. Classes of up to 10 students and workshops of potentially 20 pupils aim to instill the foundations of healthy eating in children at a young age, discouraging them from unhealthy habits such as snacking on Fritos unearthed from davenport cushions.

Customer Reviews

My child was very happy with the cooking class. As a result we signed up for a monthly cooking class. My child loves it and is excited to go. The staff members are professional, kind and encouraging of the kids. My two suggestions for improvement would be separate set ups so the kids eat only what they've prepared (it's communal cooking) and a strict hand washing routine at the beginning of class.
Denise G. · January 23, 2014
we tried your competitor... What's cooking my boys gives you a thumbs up and enjoyed What's Cooking... you rock!!! looking forward in seeing you again
Caterina K. · June 17, 2012
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    Oyster Bay

    30 East Main Street

    Oyster Bay, NY 11771

    +15169222665

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