Become a master chef with cooking classes this summer!

Posted at 4:25 AM, Jul 17, 2018

If you're worried your cooking skills aren't the creme de la creme, you can brush up on your culinary knowledge at a Tops cooking class!

Classes are available to kids as young as three years old with an adult caregiver, to adults looking for ways to manage diabetes or heart health through diet. 

Cooking classes are available throughout the year, changing to incorporate seasonal ingredients and themes, like summer grilling or game day snacks. You can learn at either the Tops location at Maple and Bailey in Amherst or the location on Orchard Park Road in West Seneca. 

You can learn in a variety of settings, whether your young aspiring chef enrolls in a summer camp or you take a class with a nutritionist, who may even accept your insurance as payment!

Learn to make anything from Star Wars themed breakfast items like 'Chewybacca hash brown patties' to micronutrient-optimizing no bake granola bars. 

Classes range from $13 for little chef classes for kids 3-6 years old, $30 for adults, $90 for three-day cooking camps for kids to $225 for four-day "aspiring chef" programs.

To register, call the locations you want to take your classes at. You can reach Amherst at (716) 515-2000 and West Seneca at (716) 517-3006.

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