Cooking Adventures Coming Up!
Brunch for a crowd @ the CNS Kitchen!
Let’s wake up the spring morning with an array of freshly cooked and baked brunch recipes. Egg Fritattas with your choice of seasonal veggies, Waffles with Homemade Ice Cream and fresh fruit, and fresh squeezed orange juice!
Learn to flip an egg, to make an over-easy egg and other fun cooking techniques!
Come cook with us, and prepare a delicious brunch to be eaten at the end of class.
Parents are invited to join us at the end of class to sample what we have made. (Up to 2 guests per student only, please)
Sunday May 6. 10:30-12:30 @ CNS Kitchen, Lexington
$65. per student, open to kids in grades 3-8.
2 Fun and Free Classes at Cary Library in Lexington!
Registration is required and space is limited, so sign up through Cary Library one week before the class date.
May 16 4:30-5:30- Meet Worm Farmer B.J. and her amazing Red Wigglers!
Students will meet the amazing Red Wiggler worms, our hardworking natural composters! These unique worms help us to compost kitchen scraps into healthy soil for our plants. Come learn all about these creatures and their extraordinary habits and physiology. Using magnifying glasses, students will have a chance to observe them up close and feed them! Students will also have the opportunity to explore worms through some hands-on creative extension activities. Sometimes a small creature or almost invisible creature can have a big impact turning our unwanted garbage and waste into usable soil to grow our food! See how these tiny creatures are an important part of our food cycle team!
May 17 2:00-3:00 Rhubarb! Let’s make homemade Strawberry & Rhubarb Jam, and put it on toast with whipped Ricotta, Yum! We will conclude class with a story, and time to sit and enjoy our simply delicious creations!
Summer Sizzle Camp in Wilmington!
For info on this camp, please read the Wilmington 2018 Camp Program at this link on page 6.
Monday – Friday, June 25 – 29, Grades 3 – 8
9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. @ WHS Consumer Science Room
Celebrate summer by learning to cook delicious foods using fresh
local ingredients! Menu items to include breaded chicken tenders with
a homemade tomato garlic dipping sauce, vegetable sushi, chocolate
salted cookies, a red, white and blue tart and more! Try your hand at
a team fruit smoothie competition.
Learn cooking techniques including those all-important knife skills.
Each class will highlight a different hands-on recipe while you prepare
a healthy, hearty main course, dessert and beverage to enjoy at the
end of each class. Go home with recipes, a full belly and new
knowledge of local ingredients and nutrition facts.
Includes Optional Field Trip: Sunday, June 24, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Meet at the Wilmington Farmer’s Market where students will
be divided into small groups to participate in a “Food Network Style”
Challenge! Groups will stick to a budget and make substitutions
when required as they shop for ingredients for the week.