Teaching kids to cook.

Little hands, big skills.


I offer cooking lessons for children ages 3-14 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

I do food programming for the Halifax Public Library, regularly leading cooking workshops at their branches.

I offer cooking workshops for community organizations, for groups of up to 15 children. 

I aim to teach children the basics of making food from scratch. Each lesson covers a variety of dishes and kitchen skills; I use simple, whole ingredients, real kitchen tools, and hands-on methods. (Read more about my philosophy, and why these principles are so important for kids.)

Lessons are $48 per student, plus an Ingredients Fee, which varies per lesson. All equipment is provided. I welcome menu input from registered families. To arrange a lesson time, simply contact me.

If you are part of an organization (childcare centre, school, library, etc) that would be interested in hosting me to lead a hands-on cooking workshop, please get in touch. To see examples of what a Bite-Sized Kitchen workshop could look like, have a look at these blog posts.

Everyone loved it and it was incredible to see EVERYONE digging into pasta and salad. We don’t have too many picky eaters but a few and it was just amazing to see them digging in. Thanks so much for a really wonderful morning!
— Jillian Farris, owner, A Tiny Lab for Early Learning, Halifax
I really just wanted to thank you again. You were amazing with the girls...everything was so thoughtful and sweet.
— Amber, private lesson and workshop parent
“My kids LOVED THIS and honestly, so did I.”
— Mike, workshop parent