It’s All About Family

 

More so now than ever, we need to have comprehensive training programs designed to empower families and strengthen relationships between mothers, fathers, daughters, and sons throughout the Piedmont Region.  

Our 4Fs Workshop Series will provide supportive educational services that focus on the 4Fs  (Farm, Food, Family, and Finance.)  We strive to build cohesive relationships through food in an environment that promotes social and emotional growth while improving nutrition literacy.    

This workshop series will provide both parents and children with foundational life skills.  Each session will be taught through the lens of a Professional Chef, focusing on seasonal produce and farm-to-table cuisine.  Each family will produce a well-rounded dish, in which there will be an open discussion about culture and cuisine. 

What’s included 

 

5 part series workshop encompassing nutrition and food literacy

90-minute workshops 

Exploratory cooking ranging from food prep to final dish 

All kitchen tools and equipment will be provided 

Relationship building and family empowerment tool kit 

Workshops include seasonal produce bags for each family 

Each workshop will include a healthy meal and non-alcoholic beverage

 

Food literacy

Cuisine and culture influences 

Empowerment through fresh produce

 

Basic food group identification 

Culinary technique comprehension 

Nutrition vs Superstition 

 

Basic food group identification 

Culinary technique comprehension 

Nutrition vs Superstition 

 

Shopping on a budget

Cross utilization 

How to set and manage a workstation

How do I sign up?

Our team is currently working on the program rollout dates. If you are interested in enrolling, please pre-register today.

How much does it cost?

The program’s total cost is $1,345 per person. The price includes all food, equipment, and tools + 1 grocery bag of local produce per family.
Culinary Concepts aims to provide equitable programs and experiences that help you on your culinary journey. Our team is proud to announce through strategic partnership; we will offer a limited amount of scholarships for families in need every series.

How long is the class?

This program is a total of 5 classes. Each session is about 90 minutes.

Is this a private class or with other families?

This is an open program where all families will be participating together. Please note due to COVID-19, we have limited space per cohort.

Is there a limit of people per family?

Due to COVID-19 and the safety of our guests and staff, we are limited to one adult and one child per family.

Is there an age limit?

All parties must be a minimum of 8 years of age to participate. All youth much be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older.

Is there a virtual option?

Currently, this is only offered as an in-person class. We expect to roll out our virtual program in early 2023.

Do we have to be vaccinated?

Yes. We require all participants to have a COVID-19 vaccine.  To learn more about our COVID-19 policy, please visit the link below.

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