Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Fun Foods Camp

Have your kids learn to make you Food!
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Create a camp for learning another language music,soccer,camping or scouts. The camp would be about 2 weeks long and would focus have the time on one of the above topics. The kids would have fun. The other half would teach the kids to make interesting foods. These foods would be easy like making soup or pies or something but would not need adult suppervision. When the kids come back they would have the ability to make nice meals and hopefully they would want to. The age group for the kids would be about 14 years old.
Rexaldo, Dec 21 2002

Cooking camps for kids http://www.google.c...ooking+camp%22+kids
There seem to be a number already [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

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       aahh.. the opposite of a fat camp??   

       //have the time //   

       or, at least, half the time.... croissant for anything that violates child labour laws and makes the little rats earn their keep.....
Marassa, Dec 21 2002
  

       What's wrong with teaching your kids to cook yourself...? Much more likely to inspire them to want to keep making nice meals.
DrCurry, Dec 21 2002
  

       I wish there was food camp around when I was young
figment210, Dec 22 2002
  

       Camps for all those topics are already well baked. Do I understand correctly that the innovation here is to combine the cooking camp with another topic, so that kids will want to come for the other topic but will learn cooking as well?
krelnik, Dec 22 2002
  
      
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