Posts Tagged ‘cookies’


Weekend Savings in our Kitchens

October 27, 2016

We have a few seats still available in two of our Sunday classes and you know what that means… a bargain for YOU!!  Act now, those seats are bound to sell quickly.

Li'l Kids in the Kitchen Cooking ClassesLi’l Kids in the Kitchen (ages 5-8):
Li’l Kids Love Cupcakes & Cookies

Sun, Oct 30  |  2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Was $85/adult-child team   SAVE 10%   NOW $76.50
Baker/instructor Shannon Hartnett will teach valuable and little-kid-friendly baking techniques – how to measure, how to create the perfect icing and more, as you make cookie and cupcake recipes like Chocolate Chip Cookies, Peanut Butter Cookies, and Chocolate Turtle Cupcakes. YUM. YUM. And then, all the little bakers will decorate their awesome sweet treats at our fabulous Sprinkles Station!

French Baguette Cooking ClassOh La La! French Baguette!
Sun, Oct 30  |  5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Was $55   SAVE 15%   NOW $46.75
A seasoned culinary baker and instructor, Mari Ruck, will take you through a hands-on, step-by-step process from learning to make baguette dough using a pre-ferment to create a classic baguette, sized for the home oven. Best of all, you will take your fresh-baked baguette home to share with your family – if you don’t eat it all on the ride home, that is.


Meet Diana Miller Cooper

July 25, 2010

Diana Miller Cooper has been an instructor at The Culinary Center since 2005. She had previously owned and operated a cake and candy shop in Mission, Kansas where she taught classes and baked and decorated hundreds and hundreds of cakes!

Although her area of expertise lies in cakes, cookies and chocolates, she loves to teach savory classes as well as many of our kids classes. One of her very favorite classes (which she developed the concept for) is our “So You Want to Be the Next Foodie TV Star” class for our Junior Chef Academy program. Kids ages 9 to 14 not only get to experience a hands-on cooking class, but also work in teams to write, produce and star in a short “food-television-inspired” cooking show!

Another favorite class of Diana’s is her Cinnamon Roll Critters class in which an adult/child team work together to make cinnamon rolls in the shape of, you guessed it … a critter! Great fun!

In addition to teaching, Diana wears other hats at The CCKC – she is a facilitator for our successful teambuilding program, develops new class concepts and assists in writing our newsletter. She also has the pleasure of meeting with potential new instructors and working with them to develop new classes … keeping our class schedule fresh and fun.

Diana is married to Patrick Cooper and they have two children, John and Sara.

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