What do you get when you take two teachers and 28 students, surround them with cooking utensils, assemble an abundance of edible ingredients, add in a few craft projects, blend with a cup of patience and sprinkle with a bushelful of laughter?
Why, the inaugural “Little Chefs” cooking program held in Donovan Catholic High School in Toms River. It was one of many types of summer camps offered in Catholic schools around the Trenton Diocese.
“(Cooking) is a life skill you need forever,” said Meghan Ciniglio, Donovan Catholic’s Learning Commons teacher and owner of a catering company. “It is relevant today,” she told The Monitor Magazine, the diocesan publication.