Cooking Round the World
Summer Camp 2022


             A summer of delicious fun awaits your child! Each camp week has a different theme. Sign up for as many weeks as you’d like, anything from a single week to all ten weeks.

            Cooking Round the World follows strict protocol with regards to health and safety. All children and staff are required to wear masks all camp day. There is no food tasting as things are being cooked. Surfaces are sprayed and wiped. Windows and doors are opened for aeration. Staff are fully vaccinated and we strongly recommend children to be vaccinated as well.

           It is our hope that by summer time, the covid spread will have lessened and thus restrictions will ease up. But until the CDC lifts their current protocol, we are aiming for camp with health limitations.

            Despite the limitations, your children will have oodles of fun and deliciousness!


Camp Theme Descriptions

  • International Baking: Both savory and sweet baking will take place in this delicious camp which explores how international culture and food come together…. In the oven!

  • Fairytale Cooking: After retelling 5 beloved fairytales – 1 a day -, we will create dishes representative of our favorite stories: Cinderella’s pumpkin coach, Goldilocks’ chocolate quinoa porridge, Little Red Riding Hood’s bread basket, and more!

  • Peace Through Food: This camp looks at the conflict between warring countries and discusses how peace could be brought about. We cook and eat foods from both countries in an effort to show how breaking bread could bring about harmony.

  • Cooking Round the USA: Campers will visit a different US state each day, learn about what that state is distinctly known for, and eat delicious foods associated with that state: Black and white cookies from New York, blueberry muffins from Maine, corn chowder from Kansas, more.

  • Harry Potter: Taste the Magic!: From butterbeer pancakes to double double chocolate cauldron cake, campers will enjoy Hogwarts culinary delights!

  • Foods Ala- Cart-oon Network: From sandwich of death on The Regular Show; to bacon pancakes from Adventure Time; to ramen noodle bowls from Naruto: kids will re-create the yummy dishes they see on Cartoon Network.

  • Pizza Mania: If your child is a pizza hound, this is the week for them! Pizza’s Round the World, at least 2 different pizzas each day! Form Indian Naan bread pizza to French Benedict Pizza, to German berry dessert pizza…. Children will learn to make… and love to eat… a variety of pizzas.

  • Island Cooking: Islands have their own special style of cooking, using ingredients that are available on the island: Pumpkin pancakes with palm sugar syrup from Aruba; yam bread from Trinidad, Filipino pancit rice noodles with shaved carrots …...and more!

  • A Dish of Disney: Kids will cook, eat and have fun with Disney characters and movies. Food that we cook is an interpretation of Disney (i.e. Pizza Planet Pizza from Toy Story, grubs and bugs from Lion Kings, meatball stroganoff from Anastasia, etc).

  • Star Wars: May the Fork Be with you!: Campers will visit the dark side and the light side of the galaxy with imaginative food creations from Star Wars characters like Chewbacca, BB8, R2D2, Princess Leia, Yoda and others.

  • Nickelodeon Cooking: krabby patty From SpongeBob SquarePants, magic muffins from Fairly Oddparents; to Dora the Explorer’s picnic spread…. Children will have fun with the interpretation of foods features on Nickelodeon!

  • Marvel’s Super Heroes/Super Food: From Spiderman pretzel webs, to Thor cupcakes, to Wolverine burgers, to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pizza your child will have a “Marvel”-ous time exploring the world of super heroes!  

  • Cooking Round the World: You won’t need a passport to cook from 5 different countries! Campers will lean about culture, tastes, and celebrations while enjoying the foods and flavors from different countries.

  • A Plate of Pixar: Children will enjoy a different favorite Pixar movie AND the foods mentioned in films like Ratatouille, Toy Story, Monsters Inc, and others! Kids learn awesome cooking skills through daily demos, experiment with kitchen tools.

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To register for summer camp, please click on the name of the location or Parks and Rec (underlined and highlighted) and it will take you to the registration page. After filling out the registration form, you will get an automatic confirmation. You will receive a second confirmation with logistics closer to camp time.


DO NOT CLICK TWICE. You will get another confirmation closer to camp start date that has logistics in it.


Please refer to Policies page with regards to refunds.

Timing: 9 – 4 pm. Parents can register weekly for camps. Cost is $520/week and $416/week for 4 day camps. Cost includes lunch, afternoon dessert, apron to take home, recipes emailed week after camp. From ages 6 – 13

  • Cooking Round the World: Aug 1 – Aug 5

  • A Plate of Pixar: Aug 8 – Aug 12

  • Nickelodeon Cooking: Aug 15 – Aug 19

Timing: 9 – 4 pm. Parents can register weekly for camps. Cost is $520/week and $416/week for 4 day camps. Cost includes lunch, afternoon dessert, apron to take home, recipes emailed week after camp. From ages 6 – 13

  • Star Wars: May the Fork Be with you!: July 25 – July 29

  • Cooking Round the World: Aug 1 – Aug 5 FULL

  • A Plate of Pixar: Aug 8 – Aug 12

  • Nickelodeon Cooking: Aug 15 – Aug 19

San Leandro: Temple Beth Sholom kitchen: 642 Delores Ave, San Leandro

Timing: 9 – 1 pm. Parents can register weekly for camps. Cost is $300/week and $240/week for 4 day camp. Cost includes lunch, apron to take home, recipes emailed week after camp.

From ages 6 – 13



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Cooking Round the World Programs at Parks & Recs

      Parks and Recs are currently in the planning phase of their summer program. We ask for your patience while they prepare for summer registrations. Below is the list of Parks and Recs that will be offering Cooking Round the World camps. As their registration becomes available we will post a link here.

  • Alameda Parks and Rec: Leydecker Center on Bay Farm: 3225 Mecartney Rd, Alameda


  • Albany Parks and Rec: 1249 Marin Ave, Albany


  • Burlingame Parks and Rec: 1010 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame


  • Campbell Parks and Rec: 1 W. Campbell Ave. #C-31, Campbell 

  • Concord Parks and Rec: 5298 Clayton Rd, Concord

  • Cupertino Polygon Academy: 1025 S. De Anza Blvd San Jose, Ca

  • Danville Parks and Rec: Oak Hill Park Center, 3005 Stone Valley Rd, Danville

  • Dublin Parks and Rec: Shannon Community Center, 11600 Shannon Avenue, Dublin


  • Encinitas Parks and Rec: 1140 Oakcrest Park Dr, Encinitas, CA


  • Esquela de Bilingue International: 410 Alcatraz Ave, Oakland


  • Foster City Parks and Rec: 650 Shell, Foster City


  • Fremont Parks and Rec: Centreville, 3355 Country Drive, Fremont


  • Gilroy Parks and Rec: 270 West 6th street, GIlroy


  • Half Moon Bay Parks and Rec: 535 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay


  • Hayward Parks and Rec: 1530 167th Ave, San Leandro

  • Hercules Parks and Rec: 2001 Refugio Valley Rd, Hercules, CA


  • Milpitas Parks and Rec: Jose Higuera Adobe Park Building, Wessex Place, Milpitas


  • Moraga Parks and Rec: Hacienda de las Flores: 2100 Donald Drive, Moraga FULL

  •  Pinole Parks and Rec: 35 Tennent Ave, Pinole, CA


  • Pleasant Hill Parks and Rec: 233 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill

  • Poway Parks and Rec: 13094 Civic Center Drive, Poway, CA


  • San Marcos Parks and Rec: 3 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos


  • San Ramon Parks and Rec: (2 locations) Dougherty Station Community Center, 17011 Bollinger Canyon Rd, San Ramon, AND San Ramon Community Center, 12501 Alcosta Blvd, San Ramon

  • Walnut Creek Parks and Rec: Civic Park Community Center Conference Room: 1375 Civic Dr, Walnut Creek, CA