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Young Chefs Academy launches adult cooking workshops

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WACO, TX (KXXV) -

Young Chefs Academy, known for its cooking classes for children, has launched kid-free adult cooking workshops.

The adult workshops called YoungChefs@Heart™ will be based on a theme, like holiday parties or international cuisine. They will be created by experts in their field of culinary expertise.

The company is known for teaching children a variety of cooking skills including kitchen safety, etiquette, table setting and menu planning. They work to teach children life-long cooking skills while promoting healthy food options. 

"The YoungChefs@Heart™ workshops are a relaxing way to get guided, hands-on professional cooking experience," said Founder and CEO Julie Burleson. "Our expert instructors guide adults through new classes in a fun and flexible atmosphere. Whether you're a cooking connoisseur or a beginner, our classes are sure to become a regular event for you and your friends. The amazing recipe collection is your bonus gift with purchase!"

Classes start at $40 per person and hold about 20 people per workshop.

Young Chefs Academy has more than 30 franchises in seven countries. To learn more about Young Chefs Academy, click here.

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