Family Fun: Parent-Child Cooking

Family-cooking and food inspiration taught by Chef Nancy Henley.

Tree House Kitchen wishes you great enjoyment and family feasting fun on your March Break.

Pictured here are family fun, parent-child cooking teams creating homemade, Asian inspired coleslaws; roasted vegetable stacks with delicious Greek yoghurt and lemon zest dips; sloppy, slow-roasted pork sliders with in-house spice blends; and, handmade, roasted corn tortillas!

This year much was learned, with family bonding and lots of creative thought. Come to another family fun, parent-child hands-on cooking class* before March Break 2016 to see what we and you can do best (or book a private, family-fun class). Amazing memories are created during parent-child cooking classes.

*Update: We’re so proud of the work we’ve done in our hands-on teaching and dinner party classes. Working with you, our clients has played such an important part in the new direction of Tree House Kitchen as a food literacy company, specializing in problem-solving skills and resources for busy families and community-members, like you! We hope you enjoy reading about our past classes, and also where we’re headed in 2017, and beyond. Family fun, parent-child hands-on cooking class at Tree House Kitchen, Dundas.

I am also teaching kids’ cooking classes for free at Hamilton Farmer’s Market. Check out their cooking class schedule.

Tree House Kitchen is here to inspire! In the meantime, if you are looking to grow your cooking repertoire for all ages and all cooking levels, sign up to our newsletter. It’s free!

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