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Intermediate Kid's Kitchen: Holiday Roast
5:30 PM - 11:59 PM Lazy Acres Market
Date: December 19, 2018 to December 19, 2018
Where: Lazy Acres Market, 150 Encinitas Avenue, Encinitas, California, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Food & Dining, Family
Ticket Price: N/A
Season, spice and bake your way through this holiday-inspired course.  Celebrate a baked ham roast and all its glory, beginning with a perfectly paired side dish: a cheesy broccoli casserole topped with crunchy corn flakes.  Each young chef will then pan sear juicy slices of ham in a succulent pineapple, clove and cherry glaze.  After a few bites of their delicious holiday dishes, each chef will finish the class by decorating their own blondie cupcakes: topped and decorated with hand-piped vanilla frosting.  It's a seamlessly sweet holiday meal for your talented young chef! CHEF ISABELLE: About Chef Isabelle: Born in a small village in Quebec, Canada, Isabelle grew up with an early appreciation of where her food originated-she often foraged, hunted and fished in the area's rugged wild for the family meal. Even as a young girl, she appreciated that use of the freshest, highest quality ingredients should be the standard in the preparation of good food. The French Canadian learned the art of butchery from her dad, the local butcher, and she furthered her knowledge through specialty courses at the local college. Her family has owned and operated restaurants, as well as a catering business, for 25 years, and Isabelle grew up learning the ins and outs of the industry and culinary arts. FAQ'S: Intermediate Kids' Classes: **This class is for kids ages 9-12 years old. Please note, we will be using real knives and kitchenburners. Please, only enroll your Kid Chef if they feel safe and confident handling these tools.   Is there an age requirement for this class? These classes are designed for kids between the ages of 9-12 years old. This is a drop-off event. If you need to be in the room with your kid, please check out our Mini Chef & Me or Cook with Your Kid classes.   What does "Hands On" mean? Hands-on changes from class to class, but it generally means getting your hands dirty. From rolling sushi to slicing and dicing, the class will be designed around the th
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