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  • Young Chefs Academy San Antonio
    "If you make it, you will taste it" is the motto founders Julie Fabing Burleson and Suzy Vinson Nettles envisioned when they created Young Chefs Academy. In addition to giving youngsters hands-on exposure to culinary techniques, kitchen safety, eating etiquette, and table setting, the academy's philosophy ensures that kids like 10-year-old former veggie-hater Camille gain an appreciation for healthy homemade cuisine. With centers in more than 10 states, Young Chefs Academy enriches growing minds ages 3–18 with engaging cooking classes, camps, and birthday parties that impart valuable life skills, such as self-reliance and how to trick a younger sibling into doing the dishes.
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    20330 HUEBNER RD STE 110
    SAN ANTONIO, TX US
  • Lucy's Cake Shop
    Visit Lucy's Cake Shop for a freshly baked treat. Fulfill your cravings with the yummy fare at Lucy's Cake Shop. You won't be disappointed unless you're on a diet. At Lucy's Cake Shop, business casual is the norm, so save your suit and tie for another day. Easy parking is accessible for Lucy's Cake Shop's diners. You won't find better prices in town than at Lucy's Cake Shop, so grab all the snacks you can carry.
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    919 SW Military Dr
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Zilker Park
    In Zilker Park's 351 acres, the city skyline becomes a mere backdrop. The focus here instead takes the shape of a ball, or disc, or paddle. Because this outdoorsman's paradise stokes competitive fires and cardiovascular workouts with sand-covered volleyball courts, a nine-hole disc-golf course, and Town Lake, upon which visitors canoe and kayak.
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    2100 Barton Springs Road
    Austin, TX US
  • Foodie Kids
    Heart-shaped measuring cups. A frilly cherry-print apron. A five-minute brownie oven. Looking like Rachael Ray’s kitchen had been hit by a shrink ray, Foodie Kids’ store brims with tiny gadgets for playful cooking endeavors. The storefront is one facet of owner Barbara Beery’s mission to spark children’s passion for cooking and nutrition. To that end, Foodie Kids hosts culinary classes and cooking camps, where students follow wholesome and simple recipes to create fruit popsicles, chicken tenders, and guacamole. Kids can also attend Makery drop-in decorating sessions and pick out cookbooks to read to pet gingerbread men.
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    3742 Far West Boulevard
    Austin, TX US
  • Make It Sweet
    Make It Sweet is a baker’s dream. Across 7,000 square feet, more than 5,000 baking and decorating products line the shelves, from colorful sprinkles to instructional books on how to sprinkle sprinkles. Staffers help visitors find the supplies and tools they need to also craft beautiful cakes, cookies, and candies for special occasions of all kinds. Their resident instructors lead a variety of classes, and seasoned pros often visit to conduct special guest courses on topics such as sugar sculpture, fondant figures, and more.
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    9070 Research Blvd., Ste. 203
    Austin, TX US
  • Beau Cherie Cajun Cooking
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Beau Cherie Cajun Cooking facet_type_id: 5f7241a0-5f3d-1032-ac75-3fc12b1184a0 html_text: |- Nicole Butler grew up cooking two different kinds of food. Her mother preferred cuisine using French-inspired flavors and techniques, and her father adhered to recipes for down-home comfort foods. Being from southwestern Louisiana, Nicole didn't find these two styles to be that disparate, and she recognized the influences that each had in creating the region's iconic Cajun cuisine. Nicole brought memories of those flavors to Austin, where she received her formal culinary training from Le Cordon Bleu. This education introduced her to the benefits of cooking with local and sustainable ingredients, which encouraged her to rethink the recipes she'd cooked throughout her childhood. At Beau Cherie Cajun Cooking, she combines homespun cooking tips with those she learned at culinary school, teaching students how to prepare relatively healthy Cajun staples without sacrificing the bold flavors. Each hands-on lesson addresses a different theme, spending more then three hours on Cajun classics, Louisiana comfort foods, or French dishes. Recipes such as red beans and rice and beef bourguignon represent the cultural extremes, but dishes such as creamy bisque with crawfish tails and brandy demonstrate how the various styles work together in Cajun cuisine. After preparing a four-course meal, students sample the food before taking the leftovers home to practice for any upcoming food fights.
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    909 W Mary St.
    Austin, TX US

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