Cooking is more than just fun, it’s an essential life skill. The kitchen is a wonderful place to find confidence, build self-esteem and embark on a journey of self discovery all at the same time. It’s all about building your personal culinary toolbox.


From learning kitchen basics and following delicious recipes, to essential knife skills and exploring your own unique flavour palette, the ePrograms Culinary offering has everything needed to learn and earn your skills from the comfort and safety of your own home.


Program Details

  • 13 week programs, 1 class per week

  • Each class will be 60-90 minutes

  • Program size will vary with no more than 12 students led by 1 Superstar instructor.

  • Everything will be conducted via Zoom and recorded for safety/liability purposes

  • Zoom links, recipes, shopping lists, prep and equipment lists, and instructional videos will be sent one week prior to the start of a program


  • $600 per program 

  • Students will be responsible for supplying all necessary materials

  • No rescheduling or refunds as programs are tailored to the group and professional's schedule

Student Prerequisites

  • A list of materials for each class will be provided by the instructor in advance

  • Students must have access to internet, laptops/tablets/phones, and download Zoom 

  • Students will be expected to turn on their cameras and microphone to encourage interactive learning

Select Your Class

Meet Your Superstars

ePrograms Culinary Programs are all about empowering young people to cookand take good care of themselves - mind, body & soul. All of our culinary programs promote life skills that have many benefits:

  • A kitchen is a learning lab that welcomes young people to use all their senses, learn about themselves and their environment while learning skills that will evolve as they continue their life long journey of cooking. 

  • Learn about nutrition education, such as planning meals and making smarter food choices.

  • A sense of accomplishment and self-confidence result from learning how to read labels, shop, trying new recipes, and creating healthy meals for themselves, their families, and their friends.

  • Become a great multitasker. Prioritize skills/tasks and address them in the appropriate order. Everyone becomes a great multitasker by learning how to set up a successful workspace, read a recipe twice while preparing the process, stirring, tossing, pouring, smelling, cutting, and using proper food handling effectively, all while moving effortlessly from one activity to another. 

  • Make life long; healthy food choices that save money. Learning how easy it is to shop, set up a kitchen, and prepare simple healthy foods at home can be much less expensive than wasting money on unhealthy prepackaged food.

  • Know how to handle food, equipment, and meal plans. Hands-on-activities and experiential learning continuously reinforce the right way to handle food, equipment, and meal plan.

  • Lifetime skills are reinforced by practicing basic skills such as math, by counting, weighing, measuring, and tracking time.

  • They increase social skills. Each person's personal culinary journey may be slightly different. Still, they are like-minded people, communicating, learning, and working together for their common culinary goals while engaging with each other in fun and skills.

  • Build positive memories with like-minded people that promotes future healthy, enjoyable cooking elsewhere.