Broomall Firm Focuses on the Fun of Cooking, and Learning

Kids gather around a tray of baked goods they made
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Broomall resident Scott Noye runs a summer camp your kids will want to sink their teeth into.

Cooking Camp gives kids hands-on experience making dinners and desserts, writes Franki Rudnesky for Philly Voice.

The camp is part of a year-round slate of activities and events for children and adults run through Noye’s company, Chef Dad’s Table.

There are culinary classes, parties, and special customized themed events for children from toddlers to teens, from Mexican fiesta and princess parties to brownie bake-offs.

The goal is to offer kids the fun of cooking and baking while teaching them something.

Chef Dad’s Table started when Noye saw how extracurricular activities were dropped during remote learning during the pandemic. He thought he’d offer art, music, and physical education but discovered kids really loved cooking and baking.

So the kids get to cook and bake while learning about math, science, geography, and history in a non-traditional way.

Different cuisines teach geography and history. Measuring ingredients teaches basic math. Then there’s the whole science of cooking.

“There was a lot of academics that was actually going on in our home classroom, but for the kids, it was just pure fun to cook and eat.”

Read more about Chef Dad’s Table and Cooking Camp in Phllly Voice.

Cooking Camp kids learn how to make a scalloped potato roll.

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