Join us for a series of fun, hands-on cooking classes where parents and kids cook side-by-side, using ingredients fresh from the Farmers' Market.
Meet us at the California Avenue Farmers' Market in Palo Alto to shop for seasonal fruits and vegetables needed for class that day. Then, we're off to the OFJCC to gather together in the kitchen to cook up simple and delicious recipes featuring our fresh Farmers' Market fare.
In this session, we will prepare:
- Israeli salad
- Homemade Pita chips
- Mini cheesecakes with homemade strawberry swirl for Shavuot
At the end of class, we will sit down to eat our yummy culinary creations!
Under the guidance of Michelle Greenebaum, healthy chef and family nutrition expert and with the support of pediatrician Sabrina Braham, parents and kids will learn how to select seasonal produce, prep ingredients, season food, handle knives and practice kitchen safety skills.
Parents will take home family-friendly meal ideas as well as tips for encouraging kids to cook and sample a variety of flavors. This class is a fantastic opportunity to inspire picky eaters to try new food. We are looking forward to having you join us!
Please expect to spend approximately $5–$10 per family at the market shopping for fruits and vegetables to contribute to the day's recipes in addition to the registration fee.
Michelle Greenebaum is a healthy chef and family nutrition expert. As the owner of Together In The Kitchen, she teaches adults, kids and teens how to cook simple and delicious food while offering practical strategies to parents that help the entire family—including picky eaters—eat healthier.
Michelle's classes are interactive, hands-on and a lot of fun! She uses only real, whole foods in her recipes, and encourages children to explore new flavors and tastes in a non-judgmental environment. She teaches and consults in private homes throughout the Bay Area and beyond, as well as at Stanford University, Sur La Table, Facebook, Survey Monkey, Menlo Circus Club, Los Altos Country Club, OFJCC, Gideon Hausner Day School and the Palo Alto School District.
Sabrina Braham, MD, has a busy pediatric practice in Menlo Park. She teaches medical students and residents at Stanford University School of Medicine. Sabrina graduated from UC Davis School of Medicine and completed her training at Stanford Children's Hospital. She is passionately committed to partnering with families to create a healthy, happy and balanced family life.
Please indicate children's ages in the Special Requests section when you register, as well as any food allergies.
We accommodate most food allergies and sensitivities. Please let us know!
For families with picky eaters
Sunday, May 3
9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Contact: Tamara Thiel Prizant | [email protected]cc.org