Join The Kids’ Table for virtual cooking classes! They’re excited to continue to share their love of cooking and real food with the Chicagoland community during this time of physical separation. Cooking is a wonderful way to spend time together – and hey, you’ve still gotta eat! Check out the free Facebook live classes, or book a private virtual class just for your crew.
Virtual Classes on Facebook Live:
Classes are scheduled Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11am, plus every Friday you can join in a virtual pizza party at 4pm (and even order a Pizza Meal Prep Kit for curbside pickup to go along with it). Class times and menus are all available on The Kids’ Table website, along with links to the recipes so you can make sure you have all the ingredients on hand and ready to go!
The Kids’ Table leaves the cost of these classes entirely up to you! They understand these times are challenging for everyone, and just want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to get cookin’ together and enjoy delicious food. If folks are able to show their support financially, they can donate whatever they’re happy to give through a paypal link. And if financial resources are tight, The Kids’ Table just requests lots of positive vibes.
About The Kids’ Table
The Kids’ Table is a hands-on cooking school for kids and families with 2 Chicago locations – in Wicker Park (13 years) & in Lakeview (almost 5 years). Our goal is to help kids discover from an early age that cooking is fun and real food is really good. Cooking with kids engages them around food in a positive and healthy way, empowers them to learn an important life skill, and is a great way to get them to eat their veggies! Co-owners: Elena Marre and Anastasia LaBorde
Elena Marre is the founder of The Kids’ Table, a unique Chicago cooking school with over 13 years of experience getting kids in the kitchen. The Kids’ Table’s mission is to help folks of all ages discover that cooking is fun and real food is really good! Classes start as young as 18 months and go all the way through teens. Offerings include weekly classes, family dinners, summer camps, birthday parties & school programs.
The idea for The Kids’ Table was born from the trials and triumphs Elena faced in feeding her two sons (now 17 and 20) and her desire to share what she has learned with other families.