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Kids in the Kitchen: Chopped! Pasta Edition

  • Southern Food & Beverage Museum 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard New Orleans, LA, 70113 United States (map)

We are happy to announce the next installment of our monthly Kids in the Kitchen programs! Each program is a ticketed event with limited space so we can keep the instruction as hands-on and interactive as possible. We ask that all age restrictions be followed, as each class is created specifically for each group.

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We have 20 spots, which will form 5 teams of 4. Each team will receive a picnic basket of mystery items that they will use, in addition to the pantry items provided, to create a pasta dish for the judges (and themselves to eat after). Each team will be given basic recipes to use as a guide. Come with a team of 4, or make new friends the day of!*

Allergy Alerts- TBD

*Teams have a limit of 4. Teams are made ahead of time so if you are signing up with friends that must be emailed to me at as soon as you purchase tickets. Be open to having new folks join your team. If you have a group of 5 friends, determine ahead of time how you want to be split up.


All Kids in the Kitchen Programs are children ages 7-11 years old. Each session is an hour and a half long, from 10 AM to 11:30 AM. Chopped Classes are $30 per student and $20 for members. We love to see your chefs in action, so tag us on Facebook (@Southern Food & Beverage Museum) or Instagram (@eatdrinksofab) when they're flexing their new cooking skills!

If you have any issues with the ticketing software or would prefer to make your reservation on the phone, please call us at 504-569-0405 or email Jennie Merrill at Tickets may be refunded or exchanged up to 48 hours prior to the event. After 48 hours no refunds will be available.

We love to see your chefs in action, so send pictures of your kids making recipes from class or camp for a chance to get included in the newsletter. Or tag us on Facebook (@Southern Food & Beverage Museum) or Instagram (@eatdrinksofab) when they're flexing their new cooking skills!