Photo by TPM Photography
With summer behind us, we’re looking forward to more culinary adventures this fall when schools are out for teacher training, parent teacher conferences and public holidays. We’ll be exploring the cuisines of India (think Indian Street Food and an Indian Tea Party!), Japanese food through the amazing cuisine of Harumi Kurihara, the cuisine of Thailand and the unique food traditions of Scandinavia.
Hope your kids can join us for some of the day camps below, or let us know if you’re interested in organizing a class around your school’s schedule. [We love cooking with parents too….evening cooking classes, parents’ night out activities, etc.] Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indian Street Food (Oct 10) – 2nd to 6th grades
Indian Tea Party (Oct 11) – K-3rd grades
Indian Street Food (Oct 12): 2nd to 6th grades
Food of Scandinavia (Nov 2): 1st to 5th grades
Flavors of Thailand (Nov 3): 1st to 5th grades
Indian Street Food (Nov 4): 1st to 5th grades
Great Chefs of the World – Japanese Cuisine – Harumi Kurihara (Nov 10th) – 1st to 5th grades
Flavors of Thailand (Nov 11): 1st to 5th grades
1/29/13– Well folks, we are officially sold out for summer 2013! Thanks everyone for your support — it’s a project we are truly passionate about. Since plans do change, we will keep a wait list, so click here to add your name. If you would like to be on our email list to hear about future classes, camps and events, drop us an email (email@example.com).
To all of our friends here in the Bay Area, we’re excited to announce that registration for our “A Little Yumminess Around the World” summer camp is now open. We had such a blast at our inaugural camp last summer at 18 Reasons, that we’re back this year with 2 sessions of cooking, eating and crafting — from Scandinavia, to Argentina, India and points in between. If you’ve got a curious kid, budding chef or young travel buff at home, please click here for all the details and registration.
Some kind words from our 2012 camp:
“This camp was fabulous! My daughter a usually very picky eater loved eating what she cooked and it was a fabulous and fun environment to try new things. The “don’t yuck my yum’ motto is one that we still use at our dinner table”
“A Little Yumminess Around the World Cooking camp was rated the best camp of the summer by our 6 year old daughter. I don’t cook often at home so having the opportunity to explore everything from knife skills to rolling sushi was pure joy for our child.”
“I loved the Mexican Chocolate Cookies and hope I can go back to this camp!”
A Little Yumminess Around the World Summer Camp 2013
- Session 1: June 24-28 — Japan, Mexico, India, Middle East and Scandinavia
- Session 2: July 22-26 — Thailand, Italy, Morocco, Hawaii and Argentina
- For 6-8 year olds (entering 1st through 3rd grades)
- 9am-1pm at Seesaw, Octavia and Gough Streets in Hayes Valley
Hope you can join us! Click here to register.
-Simran & Stacie