Kids get cooking in Fort St. James

The District of Fort St. James held two workshops for all future chefs in Fort. St. James.

  • Aug. 17, 2016 2:00 p.m.

Cali Dubois is ready to serve.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The District of Fort St. James held two workshops for all future chefs in Fort. St. James.

On Aug. 11 – 12, at Fort St. James Secondary School, children were invited to take part in two workshops: Cook’s Corner and Baking Creations.

The Cook’s Corner workshop was all about learning how to make your own meals.

Pizza was on the menu and the kids were excited to take a bite.

“This is so much fun. I like cooking especially pizza,” Ian Sam said.

The Baking Creations workshop invited students to test their baking skills with cupcakes and cookies as they explored new skills and recipes.

These workshops were part of a variety of summer recreation programs offered to children from the District of Fort St. James.

 

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