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Everybody Can Cook With Cricket Azima

Tuesdays + Thursdays 11:00am – 11:30am CT

Ages: 5+

200.00
$200.00

With Cricket Azima from Creative Kitchen

For ages 5+

Join Cricket Azima and The Creative Kitchen to make recipes from their adaptable kids cooking curriculum, Everybody Can Cook!

Tuesday + Thursday, 11:00am – 11:30am CT

Two classes a week, $200 for 4-week session (June 15 - July 10)

Join Cricket Azima and The Creative Kitchen online and make recipes from their adaptable kids cooking curricula, Everybody Can Cook! Recipes include Silly Sushi, Chocolate (and Fruit!) Pizza, Playtime Pasta, and Walkin’ Tacos—and, we wouldn’t let the campers miss out on something as fun as Edible Slime!

Don’t worry, all recipes are safe, convenient, and don’t require specialty equipment. Recipes use pantry staples and are easily adapted to include groceries already on-hand. And Cricket will email related grocery lists prior to each class.

Our Camp Mission

We’re committed to providing better stay-at-home alternatives for your littles.

Ones that keep their attention, engage their minds, and teach through fun.

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    We promise that
    close M+A
    community feeling
    you love.

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    We utilize Zoom
    technology for
    easy + safe
    connections.

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    Led by teachers with
    deep experience
    in elementary
    age education.

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    Learning + fun go
    together like
    Monica + Andy—and
    we deliver both.

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Meet Our Instructor

Cricket Azima is a graduate of Boston University (BA in Communications), New York University (MA in Food Studies & Food Management), and Peter Kump’s New York Culinary School (now, The Institute of Culinary Education; professional culinary degree). Following graduation, she served as a professor of food studies and an academic advisor at NYU. Cricket is a member of the Board of the American Heart Association Go Red for Women Committee, the NYC Autism Charter School and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan Food & Nutrition Advisory Board.