Tween and Teen Cooking Classes Coming to Edible Schoolyard


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The Greensboro Children's Museum's Edible Schoolyard has two upcoming cooking classes with a focus on making a delicious breakfast for dinner. For more information on additional classes at the Edible Schoolyard, visit the Greensboro Children's Museum's website.
 

Tween Cooking Class: Breakfast for Dinner

Friday, January 13
5:30-7 p.m.
Ages: 9-11 years 
Cost: $30
 
Mix it up with breakfast for dinner. Learn to prepare eggs in your choice of these classic styles: poached, scrambled or fried. And, whip up some fresh biscuits with a seasonal twist. 
 
On the menu: sweet potato biscuits with maple butter, bacon, and eggs
   

Tween Cooking Class: Breakfast for Dinner

Friday, January 20
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Ages:12-15 years
Cost: $30
 
Mix it up with breakfast for dinner! Learn to prepare eggs in your choice of these classic styles: poached, scrambled, or fried. And, whip up some fresh biscuits with a seasonal twist. 
 
On the menu: sweet potato biscuits with maple butter, bacon, and eggs
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