Welcome to Cook Learn Grow!
We go beyond school lunch reform and novelty cooking to create Food Literacy among children through hands-on cooking.
What is Food Literacy?
We believe the understanding of food origins, discovering new foods, seasonal eating, age appropriate techniques plays a role in living a healthy, nutritious lifestyle.
Simply put: what real food it, where it comes from and what to do with it.
After school Classes – Summer Camps – Family Friendly Events
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What Others are Saying
"Priceless. I wish I could have been there. She loves cooking class. Thanks."Brad (Reese's Dad) -
"He is a very picky eater and I think the class has helped. Thank you for your patience with him."Jerrilyn (Grant's Mom) -
"It's just what every parent wants to hear... how well their child is doing in class. Thanks for the note... it made my day."Jennifer (Peyton's Mom) -
"She loves that cooking class like nothing before!"Rhonda (Genna's Mom) -
"She is loving the class and talks about it to her brother and sister. I am so glad that you are doing this. I'm so glad that you are doing this. It adds so much to Stepping Stones."Charotte (Abby's Mom) -
"We do a lot of baking at home, and she loves coming home and telling us all the things she made "all by herself." I'm so glad we decided to enroll her in your cooking class."Shelly (Caris' Mom) -
"Omg, I wanted to tell you how happy Eric was last week when I picked him up. He was so proud of what he made and couldn't wait to share it with everyone. He was so thrilled to be in your class that he was beside himself and went on and on about how to make the truffles and scones. Maybe this could be his true passion? Anyway, just wanted to let you know that and to thank you for having him in class!"Iris (Eric's Mom) -
"Anna had a wonderful time this week. Just so you know, she actually doesn't like eggs, but raved about yours. Thank you for exposing them to new and exciting foods."Tracy (Anna's Mom) -