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4-H Kids that Cook

July 20 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm

4-H Kids that Cook is a chance for youth to try out some kitchen skills, learn about food preparation and test their culinary instincts.  Participants will be hands-on working in teams to prepare recipes and learn about nutrition for healthy growth.  Teams will be challenged by the 4-H version of “Chopped Junior Chef” to create a recipe from a mystery bag of ingredients and present their dish to judges.  Food Challenge is one of the most popular 4-H contests and this camp will give participants a taste of all the excitement!

This summer camp is open to all youth. Adults can purchase a ticket to attend.   No lunch provided.   All Non-4-H adults and youth  need to purchase a ticket on Eventbrite. You do not have to be a 4-H member to participate. Register on Eventbrite: https://4hkidsthatcookjuly20.eventbrite.com

 

4-H Kids that Cook is a chance for youth to try out some kitchen skills, learn about food preparation and test their culinary instincts.  Participants will be hands-on working in teams to prepare recipes and learn about nutrition for healthy growth.  Teams will be challenged by the 4-H version of “Chopped Junior Chef” to create a recipe from a mystery bag of ingredients and present their dish to judges.  Food Challenge is one of the most popular 4-H contests and this camp will give participants a taste of all the excitement!  This summer camp is open to all youth. Adults can purchase a ticket to attend.   No lunch provided.   All Non-4-H adults and youth  need to purchase a ticket on Eventbrite. You do not have to be a 4-H member to participate.

 

 

 

Details

Date:
July 20
Time:
9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

Sheryl Nolen
Phone:
713-274-0978
Email:
snolen@ag.tamu.edu
Website:
http://agrilife.org/harris4h/sip/junior-master-gardener/learn-grow-eat-go/

Venue

Harris County Extension Office
3033 Bear Creek Drive
Houston, TX 77084 United States
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Phone:
713-274-0950
Website:
http://harris.agrilife.org/