Build family relationships through cooking together. Bring kids into the kitchen to learn cooking skills and to spend quality time as a family. Allow kids to help mix and stir, tear lettuce, grate cheese, and help with whatever they are capable of doing. The more relaxed parents can be as children help, the more fun it is. This activity can promote communication and unity, and build memorable experiences.
call ahead for
INCA After Dark
(Inland Northwest Culinary Academy)
Spokane Community College
SCC Main Building #1
1810 N. Green Street
Spokane, WA 99217
Learn from a chef, and replicate his dishes on your own stove in class.
Culinary Arts classes for credit, or non-credit. http://incaafterdark.scc.spokane.edu/Home.aspx
621 W. Mallon Avenue
(509) 328-3335http://www.thekitchenengine.com/joom/Kitchen Spokane
1014 N. Pines Rd, Ste 120
(just south of I-90)
Spokane Valley, WA 99206
in the Culinary Arts. In addition, this nonprofit provides a
commercial kitchen for use by the public, allowing food entrepreneurs to
Start-up their businesses at a fraction of the cost and helping them to
maximize profits when they need it most. Tiffeny's Temptations
(Tapio Office Park's Brown Flag Bldg)
104 S. Freya
M-Friday, 8 am to 2 pm
decorating classes, including the use of buttercream, royal icing,
sugar flowers, gelatin, and color flow technique. She also offers
private classes for special occasions in participants' lives. The cafe'
offers gourmet goods such as pies, cakes, cookies and brownies, as well
as homemade soups, deli sandwiches, salads, and feature chef specials.
The Kitchen at Second Harvest
1234 E. Front Avenue
Spokane, WA 99202
Drew Meuer, Director of Kitchen Programs
A community kitchen,
set up to help teach low-income families to stretch their food dollar while eating healthy.
- Scratch cooking lessons
- Recipe testing
- Nutrition education
- Cooking demonstrations, with fresh produce and the products you receive at the food bank.
- Meal sampling
- New cooking skills.
These classes and demonstrations are designed to help promote health and wellness in our community.
People who receive some of their food from a food bank
or free meal site, or anyone who simply wants to learn to cook healthy
and inexpensively, is invited to sign up for a cooking class. To donate, volunteer, sign-up for a class,
or learn more about The Kitchen, visit https://secondharvestkitchen.org/
. WSU Spokane County Extension Food Sense
N 222 Havana
Spokane, WA 99202
Contact: Lori van Anrooy
Classes taught in the community.
In addition, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) is a nutrition education program that targets families and households that qualify for food assistance benefits. The Food Sense SNAP-Ed program teaches youth and adults with limited incomes skills and behaviors to eat healthy and maximize the value of their food dollars and food assistance benefits.
- Volunteer to teach a cooking class at The Kitchen, at Second Harvest.