Registration for New Roads Elementary - Spring 2014
Take a trip to Asia with our culinary classroom as we teach kids to make classic dishes such as: Vegetable and California Sushi Rolls, Miso Soup, Thai Spring Rolls, Chinese Stir Fry, Chow Mein Noodles, Soba Noodle Soup, Pad Thai, Orange Chicken with Jasmine Rice and for dessert: Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango and Fried Banana with Powdered Sugar! Our chef teachers make cooking exciting while integrating academic components such as math, science, history, food safety, and nutrition into each lesson.
Our class fills up fast, sign up today!
Advanced Cooking Class (Grades 2nd-5th)
Day: Wednesdays 3:30pm-4:30pm
Dates: Apr 7 - Jun 12
Teacher: Chef Eric Horwitz
Cooking Class for Younger Kids (Grades K & 1st)
Day: Fridays 3:30pm-4:30pm
Dates: Apr 1 - Jun 13
Teacher: Chef Erin Sayers
1. Chinese Stir Fry
2. Miso Soup
4. Spring Rolls
5. Sweet Sticky Rice
6. Chow Mein Noodles
7. Soba Noodle Soup
8. Fried Banana
9. Pad Thai
10. Orange Chicken
Chef Eric Horwitz is the founder of Cooking Italiano for Kids and has been teaching kids to cook for four years. Eric lived in Italy for a year while attending UCLA and learned to cook while staying in a household where the momma Simonetta, cooked Roman cuisine. He enjoys teaching kids to cook, playing with Lego Robotics and winning cars on "Let's Make a Deal"
About Us: Cooking Italiano for Kids is a popular enrichment class that teaches kids how to cook while learning about the culture behind the cuisine. We also offer super fun summer camps and birthday parties.
Contact CEO Chef Eric Horwitz at (310) 890-8704 or Eric@CookingItaliano4Kids.com
"(My son) loved it and I'm glad he took the class! He wants to make the ravioli at home!" - China, parent
"Ryan LOVED Cooking Italiano! He was so proud of all the delicious new foods that he prepared, and even tried things that he had never tried before!" - Stacy, parent
“Jacob absolutely adored Cooking Italiano. Every Wednesday he brings me some of what he's made to try and he's SO PROUD. Plus it has totally opened up a whole new world of food for him! I made pesto pasta a few weeks before class started and he looked at it like I was serving him raw squid, but once he made it in class it became his favorite.” Susanna, parent