Chef Dad’s Table, a business created by Broomall local Scott Noye, is now open for registration for its annual Summer Camp.
Located in Broomall, Chef Dad’s Table is the brainchild from Noye, who loves to cook for his friends and family. When he originally began, he was working with children in their homes, but has since grown and partnered with the Wellness Community Center at Grace Church in Broomall and the Kaiserman JCC in Wynnewood to host his programs there.
“I want these kids to be able to learn not just how to cook, but kitchen etiquette and life skills to help them be successful as they grow and mature,” says Noye. “I cater the class to different ages and what they want to learn how to make. Everything is interactive and the students are able to bring home what they make in each class to show their families, if they don’t eat it before they leave.”
Summer Camp will span over 8 weeks, starting in June and lasting throughout August. Each week will host two age groups and the theme of the lessons will vary by group. Past classes have included Cuisine Around The World, Holiday Baking classes and ABC Cook With Me (learning the ABC’s of cooking for toddlers).
In addition to summer classes, Chef Dad’s Table offers birthday parties and specials events for groups as well as individual private lessons. Adult cooking classes are also offered in partnership with Main Line School Night.
To register your children for 2023 Summer Cooking Camp visit www.tcflearning.org/cooking-camp.
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