• In this summer camp we will focus on creating delicious and exciting classic foods from around America.
    • We begin right here in Louisville, by learning about our own unique cuisine and some of the famous foods from our region, then we will head south, east and west, learning about American cultures and how to prepare staple dishes from around the country.
    • Our camp incorporates basic and advanced cooking techniques (including knife skills), food and kitchen safety, recipe and ingredient origin, time-saving tricks and nutrition tips.
    • Your child will build skills and confidence as we learn our way around the kitchen and american cuisines.
    • Menu will likely include: Stops in Chicago, New Orleans, Miami, New York, Santa Fe, California, and possibly even more!
    • This is the perfect camp for anyone who loves to be in the kitchen, who loves to travel or learn about far away places, or who is curious about learning to cook and bake.
    • Our camp will allow your child’s kitchen confidence to grow, all while having fun trying something new.



    • Camp lasts 6 hours. Campers arrive at 9:30 and finish up at 3:30.
    • Early Bird arrival is available beginning at 8:30 am for an additional fee
    • Late pickup is available until 4:30 pm for an additional fee
    • Half Day registration is available. (9:30-12:30)
    • WHO: Campers ages 8-14 are eligible to join in the chef action with us.
    • We are not a daycare, our campers are expected to be excited to participate, able to work well with others, follow direction and in general be awesome people!
    • We do not require kitchen experience, but we do require a good attitude and willingness to learn, no matter what the age.
    • Those with allergies or any other special accomodations are absolutely encouraged to join us, please make a note of anything we should know when you checkout and staff will contact you if we need to discuss further.


    The nitty gritty:

    • Every camper will receive a booklet of recipes at the end of the week.
    • Campers will work, hands on to prepare edible goods each day.
    • Every day will feature at least 2 recipes, and on some days, 3 or even 4.
    • We will begin each day by touching base on kitchen safety and know how, but the majority of the day will be spent cooking and baking by working in a team and following a recipe.
    • Chefs will be on hand to assist.
    • For those staying full day, lunch will be provided between 12-1 pm, or you can bring your own lunch to store until that time.
    • Every day of camp will include time outside in the Toonerville Trolley park across the street from our shop, with supervision from staff members, as well as indoor activities related to our weekly camp theme.


    Discounts are available for siblings/friends registering together. Use code "fun" at checkout to apply.


    Upon registration you will receive a confirmation email with additional information in regards to parking, drop off and pickup, and any other special details relevant to your selected camp! This email will be sent closer to camp start dates. PLEASE CLICK HERE AND READ THROUGH CAMP FAQ


    Culinary Roadtrip Camp June 22-25

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