Teaching your children how to cook is one of the best gifts you can give them. Our teen cooking classes will teach them to be creative, understand math fundamentals, science, nature, have excellent hand-eye coordination and be constantly attentive to reading and writing. These skills are among the most important to teach children when young. Getting children involved in preparing their own meals is also a wonderful opportunity to instill the import of eating nutritious meals. It may eventually become a necessity to teach children how to prepare meals; they may need to help out with family food shopping, preparation and cleanup. Becoming skilled in the kitchen is more than fun — it is necessary for survival! Also, if your young chef has aspirations of being a big chef one of these days, this is what it will be like in culinary school.
Talented teens with a flair for cooking will join our Culinary Arts program. This program could help develop the next top chef, caterer, pastry chef or simply produce the skills to help in the kitchen at home. This program focuses on all aspects of the kitchen — from local to international cuisine. The team is led by Chef Wynton Mann, who is the founder of Wynton’s World Cooking School for the home chef.
Parent & Teen Day
Does your teen share your passion for cooking? Does he or she aspire to be the next star chef? Then you’ll both enjoy Parent and Teen Day at the Cary Parks & Rec. Featuring hands-on cooking, chef demonstrations, and recipes from Chef Mann’s cookbooks, these fun classes offer an unforgettable bonding experience for the two of you.
This series class is designed for kids and teens. They will learn how to read a recipe, prepare and cook delicious and healthy dishes with emphasis on nutrition and food science. In this 5 day series course the kids will be exposed to working in the kitchen. We will cover basic kitchen techniques, measuring, how to read a recipe, how to plan a menu, basic etiquette, how to set a table, proper serving techniques, international cuisines as well as learn how to prepare a simple menu. Each week is a different culinary theme. Limited to 10 students.
We offer a Girl Scout Cooking Class Specially for your troops! . During these hands-on cooking sessions, your girls will work with our pro chefs to measure, mix and prepare delicious (and healthy) meals and snacks – all while they complete steps toward earning their Cooking Badge. We have worked with the council to create the badge themed classes but will not be providing the badges, these classes are intended to meet the cooking requirements only.
Looking for a fun field-trip idea or group activity that is a fun, creative, learning experience? Bring your group to Wynton’s World Cooking School! We will work with teachers to design a special class specific to your age group and needs. Learning has never tasted so good! We have experience teaching groups of all ages and skill levels in a fun, and inspiring atmosphere! We have the ability to hold groups up to 20, so call today to set up a one-of-a-kind field-trip experience!
Cooking is fun, educational, useful and a life skill. Everyone needs to eat, and the more we know about the food we consume, the healthier (and happier) we will be. Making cooking a part of your homeschooling curriculum has many benefits. Most kids love to be in the kitchen, if kids cook something they are more likely to eat it, and since cooking involves many aspects of science, it is a great thing to list on your annual portfolio review.
Come celebrate your child’s next Kids birthday cooking party at Wynton’s World! Our kids birthday cooking parties offer a complete hands-on experience packed with cooking fun. We offer 2-hour birthday cooking parties for children in our kid-friendly kitchen starting at age 6. Children ages 6 can work unaccompanied by an adult. Minimum of 10 kids (including birthday person), maximum of 15 in the kitchen for these parties. You choose from ten healthy and delicious themes and then create the party meal. Each party participant also gets to decorate a cupcake just for the party.
What should I wear to my class? We recommend that students wear closed-toe shoes to class and to dress appropriately for a cooking environment. Open-toed shoes, and flip flops are not allowed to be worn during class. We will provide an apron during the cooking class.
Are your classes hands-on? All of the classes both for adults as well as kids at Wynton’s World are hands-on cooking unless it is noted in the class description as a demo class. You will be preparing your own recipes and dishes.