Summer 2015 Cooking Camps Posted !

Summer Camp Schedule Available!!!!



New Classes…

are added frequently as current ones fill and demand arises.
What kinds of classes would you like to see?! Let me know ~ I listen!

Cancellation Policy: 

A one-week notice is required for cancellation of any class. If you do not cancel by telephone at least 1 week in advance of your scheduled class, you will be responsible for payment in full for the class. Please feel free to send a friend in your place! I appreciate your cooperation and understanding! 

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What we offer you you
  • Small Class Size
  • Hands On Participation!
  • Enjoy the Fruits of your labor ~ we eat what we prepare!
  • Focus on technique and skill
  • Healthy Eating as a way of life!
  • Handouts and Recipes taken home by each participant
  • Comfortable Home Setting ~ like being in your own kitchen!


Upcoming Classes…
  • What kinds of classes would you like to see? Shoot me an email! I Listen!

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  1. Barbara Nagel says:

    Looking for a birthday party cooking class for the owner of the company, on Thursday Sept. 10th. We have 30 employees, so I don’t have a solid number yet. Looking for cost per person, bring her cupcakes that are her favorite from Edible Art. She is a real foodie, the rest of us are not at all. This is really about making if special for her on her 40th with the girls, yes, all women will be attending. Have any suggestions?

    Thank you for your time and consideration, I look forward to your reply.


  2. Ari says:

    Hello There,
    My name is Ari and I am casting producer at Crybaby media in NYC. A network is developing a potential show about a pair of guys who travel around the country and eat at different buffets. They hired Crybaby Media to cast the guys. They want us to find 2 guys who are super tight (best friends, brothers, cousins, etc) who are in their late 20’s – early 40s. One guy should have a normal build and the other should be overweight. These guys should have a natural rapport and love food!

    The network would like the talent (at least one of the guys) to know some things about food. Doesn’t need to be a celebrated chef but maybe this person was once a waiter and can say things like “here’s what you don’t know as a customer but I can tell you what’s going on behind the kitchen door right now”. This person might have behind the scenes intel on buffets— stuff lay people don’t know — “Like it’s Monday— stay clear of the fish, there’s no fish delivery Sunday so you’re eating fish that’s been lying around since 4am Saturday morning.”

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