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Event date: 3/20/2019 3:35 PM - 4:35 PM Export event
Patty Bajek
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Sticky Fingers Cooking Class - Spring Session

This afterschool class takes place on Wednesday afternoons from 3:35 - 4:35 pm.  Click here for more information and to sign up.  

Let your child release their inner chef! Students will prepare and eat healthy, globally-inspired recipes all while loving and learning to cook in a fun, engaging and irresistibly tasty way that will turn even the pickiest eaters into avid food explorers! 

Our fun, inspiring and creative chef instructors mix together a sense of engagement and excitement as they combine the love of cooking and fun nutritional facts (even a few bad jokes!), safe cooking skills and hygiene, jokes, geography, math skills, food culture and history to help instill a lifetime love of delicious, healthy family cooking.

Your kids will have a blast every week discovering how easy and fun it is to cook (and gobble-up!) tasty, healthy, American classics as well as globally-inspired Sticky Fingers Cooking recipes! Sticky Fingers Cooking offers young chefs the chance to explore exciting tastes, all seasonal and as local as possible, master culinary skills that they can put to use in family kitchens, all while nourishing their bodies and minds.

We practice safe chopping, measuring and mixing skills, use a wide array of cooking utensils all while creating awesomely delicious recipes from the freshest ingredients. Full recipes will be created each class with our AWESOME master chef Sticky Fingers Cooking instructors.

Each delicious new recipe prepared by your young chef will be accessible here on our website after each class (www.stickyfingerscooking.com/recipes)  FOR COOKING-UP SOME DELICIOUS FAMILY FUN AT HOME!

Please note that recipes are subject to change – Based on our creative whim!

Sticky Fingers Cooking is 100% nut free. We CAN and WILL accommodate ANY and ALL food allergies!

 

Recipes for Winter and Spring Semester Class Sessions

Please note that recipes are subject to change – Based on our creative whim!

www.stickyfingerscooking.com/recipes

New Year Cosmic Cinnamon Roll Swirl Moon Phase Pancakes + Asteroid Cinnamon Crunch + Milky Way Smoothies

Traditional Portuguese Potato “Caldo Verde” Soup + Crispy Kale Chips + Children’s Sparkling Sangria

Swedish “Meat”balls on a Stick + Dairy(free) Creamy Gravy + Icy Fruity “Saft” Soda

Quick Chinese“Gung Hay Fat Choy” New Year Potstickers + Sweet Five-Spice Dipping Sauce + Steamy Ginger Green Tea

Danish Apple “Æbleskiver” Popovers + Rich Apple Butter + “Æblegløgg” Mulled Apple Cider

“Bellisima” Basil Kid-made Gnocchi + Four-ingredient Tomato Sauce + Italian Vanilla Basil Sodas

Jumping-Jackfruit BBQ Sliders + Creamy Cool Coleslaw + Totally Tropical Jackfruit Smoothies

Fabulous Five Ingredient Filipino Tofu “Adobo” + Simple Steamed Rice + Island Fruit Flips

Springtime Carrot Cake Doughnut Holes + Creamy Cheesy Drizzle + “Cheesecakey Shakeys”

Toasted Portobello Reuben Sandwiches + Whipped 1,000 Isle Dip + Very Vanilla Shakes

Corny Mac n’ Cheese Cups + Crispy Cornbread “Streusel” Crust + Classic Lemonade

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    ASCA Lenten Market

     

    So, what is the ASCA Lenten Market?

    Junior High has been busy preparing for the 2nd Annual ASCA Lenten Market, which will be held on the afternoon of Thursday, March 21 from 12:30 – 3 pm.  Teaching students to be ‘others centered’ and philanthropic is an important part of our mission and curriculum. How to raise funds to accomplish the mission objective is what our students are learning how to do with the Lenten Market - attaining real world skills.   

     

    Students are making and creating products, doing design work, marketing and ad campaigns, and honing their sales expertise. This year, the market will be raising money for Hogar del Pobre Orphanage in Mexico, and also for U4Uganda, who will be building desks to lift their pen pals in Uganda up out of the dirt.

     

    There will be over 50 booths at the market this year – here are just a few of the many offerings: products such as hair scrunches, candles and soap, and services.  Your students will be able to throw a pie at their gym teacher, get their nails painted, enjoy a bowl of ice cream, or buy a handmade item.  There will be all kinds of food products like delicious Oreo treats, a popcorn parlor, muffins, and cupcakes, and cookies, oh my!  This year there will even be a Donut Wall!   Mr. Moore will be selling raffle tickets for a beautiful charcoal drawing of Saint Theresa of Calcutta that he created. 

     

    The students have been exercising their creativity, and are excited for the rest of the school to visit their booths.  Most items can be purchased for only $1 to $3.  So students - get ready for the ASCA Lenten Market next Thursday, March 21, and come prepared to purchase the many fun, useful, exciting, delicious, interesting items that will be offered, and in turn, support our Lenten almsgiving to Hogar del Pobre, and to U4Uganda.   

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