I will be starting cooking classes for kids soon. I need a creative name for my business. I will appreciate any help. Thank you.
Little Chefs, Future Kitchen, Future Chefs, The Mixing spoon class, Coking for Grills and Boils
What age of kids?
hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
Kid's Kitchen; Kids/Children can Cook
Thank you for the ideas. I will be teaching 5-13 year olds.
Cooking for Kids; Junior Chefs.
Good luck with your venture
Sam is a trusted home cook.
Kids in the Kitchen
The Magic Spoon
Cook, Play, Eat
Kitchen Kapers is the name of a small chain of kitchen supply stores in the Philadelphia area. It would be a great name. If there is a copyright issue you could use Kitchen Capers.
Cookin' KidsKitchen Kids
QueenSashy is a trusted home cook.
Little Foodies. Tiny Chef & Co. Three Tiny Chefs. Once Upon a Tart. Little Chef Culinary Institute.
pierino is a trusted source on General Cooking and Tough Love.
Once Upon a Tart sounds a little racy, don't you think?
A kid's store in Rome has one of my favorite names, "Metta mi Giu" (Put me down!). Or maybe you could go with "Il bambino mi morse!" (The kid bit me) or something safer, a popular aphorism, "Un Ragazzo in Gamba"; idiomatic for "a clever boy".
Keep it rather gender neutral.
Avoid diminutives like little, tiny, precious etc; if you want to attract kids of both genders over the age of 7.
Take some of the names suggested here and ask a wide range of kids of all ages and sexes what they like.
Make the spelling easy for a web site.
"Clever Kid Cooking Class" "Cleverkids cooking" etc. (to buzz of pierino). Could be a good one.
Cleverkid.com, cookingkids.com. kitchenkids.com (if those aren't taken). So
Kidzonecooking.com doesn't seem to be taken.
But the generic 'kidzone' moniker is used in lots of sites, mostly public libraries and science centers. Tack on 'cooking' you're good.
amysarah is a trusted home cook.
Off top of head...
A Chef is Born
Once Upon a Kitchen
Kids en Place
Kids de Cuisine
Small Fries (maybe the heading for youngest kids' classes)
The Kids' Table
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