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2/19 Knife Skills for Kids 8-12 year olds
18 Reasons
San Francisco, CA
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2/19 Knife Skills for Kids 8-12 year olds
Children will spend instructional time discussing knife safety and cutting rules, learn how to make simple cuts and prep a recipe. Class fee includes a 6 inch K Sabatier chef knife, carbon steel peeler and a wood cutting board to take home. Our idea of sending your child home with their own knife is intentional in that the conversation and skill building will continue beyond class. We hope to help families make a commitment to forge ways to cook and eat together on a regular basis. The course will also include a simple nutrition lesson; including whole grains, healthy portions and food combinations that make for healthy plates and eating habits. We will also offer tips for parents on how to get kids more engaged in cooking and eating healthy meals. This particular class will be focused on basic cuts and prepping for a recipe to be prepared at home. Children will also prepare and eat a healthy snack.

*Classes will be taught by Kelly Kozak, co-owner of Bernal Cutlery, nutrition educator, a food justice activist and mother of three. Having a big passion for food justice, Kelly works where she can to help with community nutrition education and healthy food access. Kelly was a 2009, 2010, and 2011 recipient for the First Five Family Grant where she worked together with a group of five neighborhood families to execute a kindergarten readiness curriculum based on gardening and nutrition. Her favorite quote is Marion Nestle at a lectern, announcing that, "if one wanted to be truly radical, then they should teach a kid to cook". Kelly will host this class with various co-teachers to help facilitate new themes and curriculum throughout the season to offer diverse class content with seasonal ingredients.

Guest Chef, Amy Fernandez

Amy Fernandez is the lead chef and food educator at Pacific Primary in San Francisco and a mom of 3.  Amy also teaches parent education workshops and kids cooking classes centered around her passion for healthy food. Offering a real and sustainable approach to food and nutrition in a way that kids can understand is her goal.

Class cost:
$75 material fee//includes one classic french chef knife, carbon steel peeler, a good quality cutting board. Materials are good quality and appropriate.

$75 Class fee

Total $150

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18 Reasons (View)
3674 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States

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