Who doesn’t love ice cream? Now that the weather’s getting warmer, ice cream will be on the minds of more and more little ones. Who are you kidding? You’re thinking about a cool treat as well. Enjoying this summer staple can be more than going to the store and grabbing a carton. Make ice cream with your kids!
As professional chefs we begin with safety first! This entertaining and educational book provides hours of fun. Small children will safely identify kitchen tools through a color, cut and paste activity which is a great introduction to everyday kitchen utensils. This fun engaging book comes with a small recyclable card board “toolbox” to carry their culinary items. Just like a real chef . ThisContinue reading “Kids Culinary Adventures to release “Chefs First Activity Book””
Organic foods… are they safer, healthier or more nutritious? The word “organic” refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. Organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution. Farmers who grow organic produce and meat don’t use conventionalContinue reading “To understand organic seems to be four years of college ! I’ll try to define it – (in short order) the best I can without turning green !”
Chef Gigi will be whipping up some fun with Simon Kidgets Super Duper Mini Chefs Club at The Standford Shopping Center this Saturday June 5th, 2010. You wont want to miss this- an interactive kids culinary event that combines food family and fun! Mini Chefs can come and explore the fun side of food byContinue reading “Chef Gigi to Guest Demo at Simon Kidget Club!”
The History of Barbecue The Spanish explorers arrived in the new world to find the natives preserving meats in the sun. This was a successful preservation method but the problem was that the meats were often infested with bugs and this meant spoilage. The indigenous people learned to build smoky fires to keep the insectsContinue reading “Remembering Your “Que”!”
Camp Green Eggs and Ham! Chef Natalie and her students washing up then making some yummy schlotz knotz. Posted using BlogPress from my mobile iPhone office
Our chefs at Kids Culinary Adventures alway cook up fun and great memories in the kitchen. Here are some pictures of our staff and students in action. – Posted using BlogPress from my mobile iPhone office
Spring has sprung! Read Chef Gigi’s article on…. How to make Homemade Marshmallow Peeps!
Bon Appetit! Welcome to the new Kids Culinary Adventures blog, the official source for information, insight, and updates about Kids Culinary Adventures , and really super kewl food stuff! Kids Culinary Adventures aka known as “KCA”, is made up of a few of passionate food enthusiasts and professional culinary experts who share their passion with familiesContinue reading “Kids Culinary Adventures’s Blog!~ “In the Mix!””