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March 11, 2013 @ 10:00 am - March 15, 2013 @ 3:00 pm

WORKSHOP: March Break Cooking Camp for Tweens by Mary Hulbert View this event on facebook

Chef Mary Hulbert builds on her experience working with kids at The Stop Community Food Centre to offer a March Break Cooking Camp for Tweens at The Depanneur.

There will be 2 sessions available: morning (10am-12pm) or afternoon (1pm-3pm). In each session, up to 8 kids (+/- Grades 6-8) will participate in a 2 hour, hands-on cooking workshop with Chef Mary, learning to make – and eat! – a different kind of food each day. Topics will explore Italian, Mexican, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines, as well as a class on vegetarian, vegan and raw foods.

$150 +HST for 5 classes

Monday, March 11 – Friday, March 15

Morning Session (10am-12pm)
Afternoon Session (1pm-3pm)

We have closed the registration for the March Break Cooking Camp. Thanks to everyone who signed up and we look forward to a great week in the kitchen.


Mary Hulbert is a culinary instructor, private wellness retreat host, recipe developer, and kitchen wellness coach providing a wide range of culinary services throughout the greater Toronto area, and seasonally in Muskoka.

She is a member of the Women’s Culinary Network, and the Toronto Vegetarian Association. In her spare time, she volunteers at The Stop Community Food Centre’s After School Program at Wychwood Barns where she helps teach cooking classes for elementary school children.


8 thoughts on “WORKSHOP: March Break Cooking Camp for Tweens by Mary Hulbert

  1. No problem! Please sign up as soon as possible though as we are starting to fill up. Cheers, Chef Mary

  2. Hi – I just made a payment for two 11 yo girls for the morning classes for this March Break program – what would you like me to do now to confirm?

    • no need to do anything… you guys are confirmed and on the list! See you next week.


  3. hi there, would you except a grade 5 boy and very mature grade 4 girls? all three love to cook and know their measurements quite well and mature for their age. i would like we could take mornings or afternoons depending on what works better for you.

    • Chef Mary here. Not sure if you have signed up already, but we’d love to have you join us! Cheers.

  4. Dear Mary , We live in downtown Toronto. My daughter is in high school now. She is very interested in joining a cooking class but we could not find any for teens. Would you have any ideas to help us about that? Thanks.

  5. Hi Lea, If you’d like to contact me at chef [at] maryhulbert [dot] com, I can try to help find something suitable, depending where you live. Cheers, Mary

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