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Students learn the secret to tear-free onion chopping

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We decided to add another root vegetable to the mix—parsnips. They got chopped along with the carrots , and the junior chefs got to... Read more

Fragrant minestrone soup a class-pleaser

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We started our class with washing hands and a discussion of our favorite soups: Our junior chefs offering corn chowder, clam chowder and chicken... Read more

First, chop all of the veggies into even pieces

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We started class with a conversation—asking our new students what they like to cook and what they like to eat. “We have a lot... Read more

Teamwork the key to making two recipes during one class

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The challenge of cooking a meal and dessert in our after school time frame was easily solved by dividing our Urban Promise junior chefs into... Read more

Mushroom Bolognese, with a side of kitchen safety

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The instructors at Urban Promise were skeptical that the week’s recipe with its emphasis on mushrooms could sway our 5th... Read more

Smooth hot soup and cool crunchy salad

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Soup and salad were on the menu, lots of vegetables and apples to chop and even more opinions on soup and salad to share. “I do NOT... Read more

Stuffed peppers next to delicious in the dictionary

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This week’s stuffed peppers and cabbage slaw recipes gave everyone a chance to chop, dice, slice, and demonstrate their confidence and... Read more

Fish tacos, slaw and sweet potato fries did not disappoint

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There were a few wrinkled noses as we passed around the fish for a whiff at the start of class, but the promise of fish tacos had our five... Read more
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