Curious Cooks

Curious Cooks is EATS’ signature, interactive cooking series for our whole community. From Kindergarten to parents and even grandparents, EATS has a Curious Cooks option for you.

Curious-Cooks

Curious Cooks is a series of interactive cooking classes intended to get students excited about food and nutrition. Whether they are rolling their own pasta or building a creative salad, children are becoming involved with their food. They are learning where ingredients come from, how to use them in delicious creations, and what specifically about these items are good for their bodies and minds. With repeated exposure through hands-on learning, these students will leave elementary school with a well-rounded knowledge of basic food preparation and good nutrition.

“Learning how to cook means you can experiment with different foods. It’s a healthier way of life. You can spend quality time with people you love.”

~ Isabella Andrews, age 9, McPolin cooking class student

Curious Cooks: Afterschool

Grades K – 5

EATS teaches students at each elementary school, during the after school program, once a month. Therefore, we are cooking with this age group EVERY FRIDAY! With Kindergartners thriving during sensory activities and the 5th graders completely capable of reading and following most recipes, EATS adapts our lesson plans based on the age group. We have a robust committee of professional chefs, educators, nutritionists, and dieticians that ensure our lessons are accurate, relevant, and age-appropriate. These 300+ students attend about seven cooking classes each school year.

"300+ students attend about seven cooking classes each school year."

~ EATS Park City

Grades 6 – 9

YSA and EATS

During the 2017/18 school year, we began teaching cooking classes to students in upper grades. Through collaboration with the Youth Sports Alliance, EATS is able to reach students in the middle school and junior high (grades 6-9).

To sign up for YSA classes, please visit the YSA website.

After School Cooking Classes at Ecker

These middle school classes were so popular, EATS was asked to be a part of Ecker Hill Middle School’s ongoing after school program.

To sign up for Ecker’s after school program with EATS, please visit the Ecker after school website.

Curious Cooks: Family Classes

This family-focused series is offered in the summer months and focuses on delicious and healthy summer favorites. Curious Cooks: Family Classes focus on family cooking from kinder or younger and up and nutrition education. Participants will learn how to involve their whole family in meal preparation, get fresh and healthy recipe ideas on a budget, and build community by sharing a meal together at the end of each class.

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