Taught by a variety of community chefs and food artisans, the Berry Good Food cooking class experience brings students closer to the source for local and sustainable products, strengthens the community through shared experiences, and encourages participants to look for relationships instead of labels.
We are committed to uplifting all students with the knowledge and skills needed to “grow a food movement” in their own lives. From high school and college students looking to acquire basic life skills, to adults looking to broaden their food literacy and confidence in the kitchen, everyone deserves a seat at the table.
In 2022-2023, we partnered with the UCSD Craft Center to co-host “Annabel’s Cooking Club,” a free cooking class program open to all undergraduate and graduate students on campus. These classes put an emphasis on affordable recipes that could be prepared with basic equipment in a short amount of time. Students enjoyed classes on topics such as bread making, grain and vegetable bowls, and rices from around the world.
We also offer private cooking class experiences for corporate retreats and meetings. Please email BGF Board member Liz Tesolin to learn more about booking this fun team-building experience.