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Teen Cooking Camp


Jun 25,2018 - Jun 29,2018Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Monday June 25 – Friday June 29

Come join us for this fun week of cooking and learning with this New Cooking Camp called COOKING SCHOOL. This week we will explore many different kinds of foods. Whether you have a picky eater, an adventurous eater or somewhere in between, they are sure to have a fun week of learning and eating. Each day will focus on new recipes and techniques that will give your Teen confidence in the kitchen and is sure to please the whole family. Please bring an apron and containers daily to bring home any leftovers. Leftovers are not guaranteed, but you never know. PLEASE HAVE YOUR TEEN WEAR CLOSED TOED SHOES AND PLEASE TIE BACK ANY LONG HAIR. Catherine St. John; 10:00AM – 1:00 PM; $325; Ages 13 - 16

Day One: Pizza & Ravioli:

Our first day will focus on making New York Style thin crust pizzas and a Deep Dish Chicago Style pizza. We will have a variety of ingredients for the kids to create their own pizzas. We will have dough for them use and then they will make dough to take home so they can make a pizza for the family. Next we will make an easy 3 cheese ravioli served in a meat sauce. We will enjoy our meal with a Caesar Salad and Rich Chocolate Brownies.

Day Two: Soup and Salad Day:

Learning how to make homemade Chicken Stock is the life blood of the kitchen. This stock will change how make soups and sauces. The Teens will learn how to make a rich homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with fresh vegetables which we will serve with Fluffy Dinner Rolls and a Cobb Salad (a composed salad of greens, tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, blue cheese, bacon, cucumbers and olives with a homemade dressing) and we will finish with a Milk Shake and Fruit Smoothie Bar.

Day Three: Win Sum/Dim Sum:

Dim Sum is a fun way for Teens to eat something different and exciting. Dim Sum is normally served Chinese restaurants with different steamed, baked and fried dumplings. Servers come around with carts and you choose different small plates to try. Today we will be making Pan Fried and Steamed Chicken and Chive Dumplings; Char Shiu Bao (Baked BBQ Pork and Plum or Mango Buns); and Shrimp Shumai. We will also make a variety of dipping sauces.

Day Four: Slider Fun:

Sliders have been all the rage for a while now. They are a fun way to eat small bites of burgers or hot sandwiches. We will create 3 different variations: Mini Bagel Breakfast Sliders (eggs, cheese and sausage patties); Grass Fed Beef Sliders with Nueske\'s Bacon and Cheddar Cheese; and Pull A Part Cuban Sliders (soft rolls with roast pork, ham, pickles and mustard). We will serve our sliders with Oven Rosemary Garlic Fries and finish with Ice Cream Sundaes.

Day Five: All Wrapped Up!

Everyone loved eating hand held wraps. Today we will be making Chicken Parmesan Crunch Wraps; Philly Cheese Steak Wraps; Shrimp Caesar Wraps. We will serve our wraps with Fresh Fruit Salad and finish the week with Rich Chocolate Cup Cakes with Fudge Frosting.


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 325.00 Teen Cooking Camp

Date Night - Polynesian Luau


Jul 6,2018 - Time: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Friday July 6: Polynesian Date Night:

While we may be a long way from Hawaii (4569 miles) to be exact, it does not mean we can\'t enjoy some of the food from the Islands. We will start our night with a welcoming Polynesian cocktail and we promise no Poi on this menu (a Hawaiian dish made from the fermented root of the taro, which has been baked and pounded to a paste). This menu will include Ahi Poke Stack (Ahi tuna, avocado, seaweed salad with a soy ginger marinade) served with Wonton Chips; what would a Polynesian night be without a Pupu Platter. Our platter will include Beef teyriaki sticks, Asian plum chicken wings, and chicken and chive dumplings. Chef Catherine will have ready her version of Kahlua Pua\'a (slow roasted pork); and we will make a Hawaiian Pineapple Fried Rice to go with it. We will finish with a Coconut Ice Cream with Mango. Catherine St. John; 6:30-9:30pm; $200/couple (select 1 when  making a purchase)


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 200.00 DN - Polynesian

Kids Baking Camp


Jul 9,2018 - Jul 13,2018Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Monday July 9 – Friday July 13

Kids love baking and learning the basics will open up a whole new world to them and who does not love the smell and taste of fresh baked goods in the house. BAKING SCHOOL will also give them a new option for gifts for friends and family. Even though school is out for the summer learning to bake is the perfect refresher for Science and Math. Shh don\'t tell them, but baking is all based on Science and Math. They will learn how to measure, scale, how yeast works and why it is so important to be accurate. Unlike cooking where you can do a dash of this and a pinch of that, baking is a much more precise science. Your child will have fun while keeping up with some basic educational principles. PLEASE HAVE YOUR TEEN WEAR CLOSED TOED SHOES AND PLEASE TIE BACK ANY LONG HAIR. Note: Please bring a lunch or snack on the following days: Monday; Tuesday; Thursday and Friday. Catherine St. John; 10:00AM – 12:30 PM; $275; Ages 8 - 12

Day One: Quick Bread Magic

Quick breads are just that “quick”. They rise without yeast and come together quickly. In this class we will explore how baking powder and baking soda can take the place of yeast and still make a bread that will rise. Breads in the Quick Bread category that they will be making are Cranberry-Orange Cream Scones; Banana Bread (we will only use nuts if no one has an allergy); and Blueberry Swirl Muffins.

Day Two: Cookies, Cookies, Cookies

Who does not love a good cookie warm from the oven? Today\'s class will focus on making 3 different types of cookies: Green Tea Shortbread; Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies and Chocolate Chip Blondie\'s (cookie bar).

Day Three: Yeasted Breads (It\'s all about the rise)

Working with yeast is not a hard as it appears to be, you just need to learn a few basics. We will be making a classic French Bread which we will serve with a selection of lunch meats and cheeses and who does not love a good Cinnamon Bun. The kids will learn how to make a savory bread dough (French Bread) and a sweet dough (Cinnamon Buns).

Day Four: Fruit Desserts

Desserts do not always have to have chocolate in them (OK I did not say that, but it\'s true). Personally I like a lighter, fruitier dessert after a heavier meal. Today\'s desserts focus on fresh fruit that is in season.

Peach Cobbler (sweet biscuit topping) with Vanilla Ice Cream; Blueberry Buckle and who does not love a fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Fresh Whipped Cream.

Day Five: Pies and Tarts

We will end our baking week with a lesson on making pie dough and a chocolate cookie crust. We will be getting our hands dirty with a Chocolate Cream Pie and a Rustic Berry or Apple Tart (depending upon what is in season). Let\'s hope they do not eat them all up in class.


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 275.00 Kids Baking Camp

Kids Baking Camp


Jul 9,2018 - Jul 13,2018Time: 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Monday July 9 – Friday July 13

Kids love baking and learning the basics will open up a whole new world to them and who does not love the smell and taste of fresh baked goods in the house. BAKING SCHOOL will also give them a new option for gifts for friends and family. Even though school is out for the summer learning to bake is the perfect refresher for Science and Math. Shh don\'t tell them, but baking is all based on Science and Math. They will learn how to measure, scale, how yeast works and why it is so important to be accurate. Unlike cooking where you can do a dash of this and a pinch of that, baking is a much more precise science. Your child will have fun while keeping up with some basic educational principles. PLEASE HAVE YOUR TEEN WEAR CLOSED TOED SHOES AND PLEASE TIE BACK ANY LONG HAIR. Note: Please bring a lunch or snack on the following days: Monday; Tuesday; Thursday and Friday. Catherine St. John; 1:30 – 4:00 PM; $275; Ages 8 - 12

Day One: Quick Bread Magic

Quick breads are just that “quick”. They rise without yeast and come together quickly. In this class we will explore how baking powder and baking soda can take the place of yeast and still make a bread that will rise. Breads in the Quick Bread category that they will be making are Cranberry-Orange Cream Scones; Banana Bread (we will only use nuts if no one has an allergy); and Blueberry Swirl Muffins.

Day Two: Cookies, Cookies, Cookies

Who does not love a good cookie warm from the oven? Today\'s class will focus on making 3 different types of cookies: Green Tea Shortbread; Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies and Chocolate Chip Blondie\'s (cookie bar).

Day Three: Yeasted Breads (It\'s all about the rise)

Working with yeast is not a hard as it appears to be, you just need to learn a few basics. We will be making a classic French Bread which we will serve with a selection of lunch meats and cheeses and who does not love a good Cinnamon Bun. The kids will learn how to make a savory bread dough (French Bread) and a sweet dough (Cinnamon Buns).

Day Four: Fruit Desserts

Desserts do not always have to have chocolate in them (OK I did not say that, but it\'s true). Personally I like a lighter, fruitier dessert after a heavier meal. Today\'s desserts focus on fresh fruit that is in season.

Peach Cobbler (sweet biscuit topping) with Vanilla Ice Cream; Blueberry Buckle and who does not love a fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Fresh Whipped Cream.

Day Five: Pies and Tarts

We will end our baking week with a lesson on making pie dough and a chocolate cookie crust. We will be getting our hands dirty with a Chocolate Cream Pie and a Rustic Berry or Apple Tart (depending upon what is in season). Let\'s hope they do not eat them all up in class.


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 275.00 Kids Baking Camp

Date Night - Muchos Tacos


Jul 14,2018 - Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Saturday July 14: Street Taco Date Night:

Street food has been all the rage for a few years now. Small hand held tacos with all the fix-ins are a great and fun way to entertain. You will be greeted with a mini margarita and our house made salsa with corn chips. Our menu will consist of 4 different kinds of tacos with a variety of garnishes. Carne Asada (beef skirt steak); Pan Grilled Chicken Tacos; Roasted Vegetable Tacos and Chili Rubbed Mahi Mahi Tacos. We will serve our tacos with a variety of garnishes including Fresh Tomato Salsa; Homemade Guacamole; Black Beans; Spanish Rice and we will finish with a Classic Flan (baked caramel custard). Catherine St. John; 6:00-9:00pm; $190/couple (select 1 when  making a purchase)


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 190.00 DN - Tacos

Parent & Child - Pizza Party


Jul 15,2018 - Time: 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Sunday July 15: Deep Dish Pizza

Kids love deep dish pizza. In this class we will create a variety of Chicago style deep dish pizzas. You will be able to create your own pizza from a variety of topping, sauces and cheeses. We will serve our pizza with a Caesar Salad and finish with a dessert pizza with chocolate ganache and fresh fruit. Ages 7-13; Catherine St. John; 1:30-4:00pm; $110/pair (Select 1 when making a purchase)


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 110.00 PC - Pizza

Date Night - Farmers Market


Jul 21,2018 - Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Saturday July 21: Farmers Market Date Night:

We are very lucky to have our very own Hudson Farmer\'s Market right across the street from our school. Catherine will shop the market in the morning to bring you this very special all vegetarian menu. Because we never know what might be at the market it is hard to plan a menu in advance, but we will make the following market inspired dishes. Tomato and Feta Stack with Basil Oil; Farmers Market Vegetable Chowder with Garlic Toasts; Vegetable Risotto made with Barley and a variety of vegetables found at the market; and we will finish with a Fresh Fruit Rustic Tart (using fruit from the market) served with Creme Anglaise (custard sauce). Catherine St. John; 6:00-9:00pm; $180/couple


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 180.00 DN - Farmers

Teen Baking Camp


Jul 23,2018 - Jul 27,2018Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Monday July 23 – Friday July 27

Teens love baking and learning the basics will open up a whole new world to them and who does not love the smell and taste of fresh baked goods in the house. BAKING SCHOOL will also give them a new option for gifts for friends and family. Even though school is out for the summer learning to bake is the perfect refresher for Science and Math. Baking is all based on Science and Math. They will learn how to measure, scale, how yeast works and why it is so important to be accurate. Unlike cooking where you can do a dash of this and a pinch of that, baking is a much more precise science. Your Teen will have fun while keeping up with some basic educational principles. PLEASE HAVE YOUR TEEN WEAR CLOSED TOED SHOES AND PLEASE TIE BACK ANY LONG HAIR. Note: Please bring a lunch or snack on the following days: Monday; Tuesday; Thursday and Friday. Catherine St. John; 10:00AM – 1:00 PM; $325; Ages 13 - 16

Day One: Quick Bread Magic

Quick breads are just that “quick”. They rise without yeast and come together quickly. In this class we will explore how baking powder and baking soda can take the place of yeast and still make a bread that will rise. Breads in the Quick Bread category that they will be making are Cranberry-Orange Cream Scones; Banana Bread (we will only use nuts if no one has an allergy); Blueberry Swirl Muffins and Chocolate Zucchini Bread.

Day Two: Cookies, Cookies, Cookies

Who does not love a good cookie warm from the oven? Today\'s class will focus on making 3 different types of cookies: Green Tea Shortbread; Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies; Chocolate Chip Blondie (cookie bar); and Lemon Squares.

Day Three: Yeasted Breads (It\'s all about the rise)

Working with yeast is not a hard as it appears to be, you just need to learn a few basics. We will be making a classic French Bread which we will serve with a selection of lunch meats and cheeses and who does not love a good Cinnamon Bun. We will finish with a Japanese Milk Bread. They will learn how to make a savory bread dough (French Bread); a sweet dough (Cinnamon Buns) and an enriched bread (Japanese Milk Bread).

Day Four: Fruit Desserts

Desserts do not always have to have chocolate in them (OK I did not say that, but it\'s true). Personally I like a lighter, fruitier dessert after a heavier meal. Today\'s desserts focus on fresh fruit that is in season.

Peach Cobbler (sweet biscuit topping) with Vanilla Ice Cream; Blueberry Buckle; Skillet Apple Crisp and who does not love a fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Fresh Whipped Cream.

Day Five: Pies and Tarts

We will end our baking week with a lesson on making pie dough and a chocolate cookie crust. We will be getting our hands dirty with a Chocolate Cream Pie; Rustic Berry or Apple Tart (depending upon what is in season);and a Lattice Top Fruit Pie (depends upon what is in season).


Location

Western Reserve School of Cooking
140 N. Main St,
Hudson, OH 44236

Event Fees:

$ 325.00 Teen Baking Camp



Contact Us

Western Reserve School Of Cooking
140 North Main St.
Hudson, Ohio 44236

Tel: 330.650.1665

Email: info@wrsoc.com