The CIA is teaming up with America’s Test Kitchen (ATK) Kids! Join us for a special class featuring ATK host, Julia Collin Davison, and ATK Kids food editor, Suzannah McFerran, as you and your young chef(s) experiment with some holiday baking recipes in our state-of-the-art Hestan Kitchen.
America’s Test Kitchen Kids’ mission is to build a new generation of empowered cooks, engaged eaters, and curious experimenters. They explore food through STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. And, they want your opinion!
During this class, you’ll learn the basics of baking like getting ingredients ready, measuring, and special techniques to get everything just right. Then you’ll make some delicious recipes, participate in fun experiments, taste test the goods, and more! It’s the perfect way to bond with your young chef and learn some new skills and recipes just in time for the holidays.
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Please note: All children must be accompanied by at least one adult. All adults must be accompanied by at least one child.
About Julia Collin Davison
Julia Collin Davison is executive editorial director for America’s Test Kitchen. She is also host of America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen and is an original cast member of both television shows. Julia began working as a test cook for Cook’s Illustrated in 1999 and led recipe development for America’s Test Kitchen cookbooks for more than a decade. She holds an A.O.S. degree from the Culinary Institute of America and a B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy from SUNY Albany. Before coming to America’s Test Kitchen, Julia worked in Albany, the Berkshires, San Francisco, and the Napa Valley at several restaurants, catering companies, schools, and wineries.
About Suzannah McFerran
Suzannah McFerran is Executive Food Editor of America’s Test Kitchen Kids. She joined the company’s book team in 2006, and since then has led the kitchen teams in development of more than 20 books. Prior to joining America’s Test Kitchen, she worked at Rialto Restaurant in Cambridge. She is a graduate of Brown University and the Institute of Culinary Education.
About America’s Test Kitchen and ATKkids
Did you know? It’s an actual place in downtown Boston, where 40 professional chefs and kids work to develop recipes, taste ingredients, test cooking equipment, write magazines and cookbooks, film popular YouTube videos, and produce two top-rated cooking TV shows.