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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Taking Your Kids to This Dessert-Making Class Could Pay Off in Kid-Made Desserts

Posted By on Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 9:00 AM

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Give a kid a cookie, and you feed that kid for a moment. Teach a kid to cook, and you'll likely get some cookies out of the deal. 

You can get that started at the holiday dessert-making class for children this Saturday, December 17, at Americano Restaurant at Hotel Vitale. Parents, and other adult shepherds are encouraged as well, and required for kids under four. (The class is for ages four through 12.)

We've been to Executive Chef Kory Stewart's classes for grown-ups, and they're great. Chefs will teach how to make and decorate holiday cookies, and how to build and decorate gingerbread house.

While making is marvelous, eating is the experience we enjoy, and the budding chefs will not only be able to eat what they make, they'll take home cookies, their gingerbread house, and all the recipes.

WHO: Executive Chef Kory Stewart of Americano Restaurant 
WHEN: Saturday, December 17, from 1 to 3 p.m.
WHERE: Americano Restaurant at Hotel Vitale 
8 Mission Street at The Embarcadero
HOW MUCH: $25 per child. Reservations are required.

Reserve at (415) 278-3777 or online Space is limited. 

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