Creative Kitchen: Fruit Salsa

Kids · Learning
Join Cricket Azima and The Creative Kitchen for a month of fun in the kitchen! Learn fun and simple recipes for children of all ages.

August 6: Fruit Salsa - Ingredients list
August 13: Playtime Pasta
August 20: Vegetable Sushi and Candy Sushi
August 27: Edible Slime

All recipes are safe, convenient, and don’t require specialty equipment. Recipes use pantry staples and are easily adapted to include groceries already on-hand. Related grocery lists emailed prior to lesson, should families want to cook along. Adult supervision required.

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Audience: Kids

Upcoming Session

August 6, 12 PM EDT
For Kids · 30 mins

88 of 300 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructor

Cricket Azima
Cricket is a dynamic professional chef who specializes in cooking for and with children. Her children’s cookbook, Everybody Eats Lunch, was published in May, 2008. She is the Big Cheese of The Creative Kitchen – a company that teaches children and families through food and cooking, founded in 2001. In addition to classes and events, The Creative Kitchen also produces the Kids Food Festival, a series of food events, programmed with the assistance of the James Beard Foundation, that educates families on how to make balanced food choices. Cricket also developed Everybody Can Cook, a curricula for the special needs community, featuring adaptations for various physical and developmental abilities. She works with a variety of food companies, offering services including spokesperson, recipe development and testing, freelance writing, teaching, family outreach, blogging, creating webisodes, special events, and consulting. Cricket has a professional culinary degree from The Institute of Culinary Education, and developed her teaching philosophy while pursuing her Master’s degree in Food Studies and Food Management at New York University (NYU).
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