Culinary U Test Kitchen

Culinary U Test Kitchen Classes

Unique opportunity for more advanced youth cooks ages 11-16. Classes are held one Thursday each month, September through May, from 5:00-7:00 p.m.    Maximum Capacity:  8 students per class.  Register by clicking the GREEN TEXT in class description.

This small group learning opportunity will take kitchen skills to the next level!
  • Learn to read, interpret, scale and adjust recipes.
  • Hands-on, start-to-finish prep and execution of new recipes.
  • Evaluate finished recipe taste, presentation and ease of preparation to determine future inclusion in Culinary U classes.

Requirements for registration:
-Age 11-16
-Exemplary classroom behavior and attention to instruction
-Must have taken at least 5 classes at Culinary U

-Knife skills (comfortable using a sharp knife and able to perform basic chopping and slicing)
-Comfortable with hot kitchen equipment such as burners, griddles, oven, frying pans, waffle irons.
-Willing to taste and evaluate all recipes (except in the case of allergies).

*In order to ensure safety, instructor reserves the right to suggest that a student get a little more cooking experience before continuing with class.

Thursday, September 28th   5:00- 7:00 p.m. $48 per person
For AGES 11-16

  • Homemade Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Parmesan
  • Oreo Mug Cake
  • Pumpkin Whipped Coffee

Thursday, October 19th   5:00- 7:00 p.m. $48 per person
For AGES 11-16
Click here for student requirements and information

  • Advanced Knife Skills
  • Test a Classic Minestrone Soup recipe


My daughter absolutely LOVED the classes this week and she is so inspired to cook! 

My daughter had so much fun and learned amazing things.  We just finished a fabulous dinner of taco salad, mango salsa and limeade!  All made by her.  Thank you!

Thank you so much for all you did this week for the kids!!  My daughter loved it!  And, learned so much! You did an amazing job!

My child really listened to you! She asked for blueberries yesterday before a test because you told her blueberries are good for her brain. However you said it, it stuck with her.  

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