Superior Culinary Center – Inspiring people to connect through food
SCC inspires Boy Scouts on all points of their culinary journey by offering recreational cooking and Boy Scout Badge programs for a distinctive and interactive experience. The Boy Scout Recreational Cooking program is paced accordingly for our boy scout aged child’s attention span and incorporates age- appropriate recipes and culinary skills while integrating basic nutrition, kitchen safety, and teaching moments to help young chefs become an active participant in the family kitchen. and start a lifelong process of healthy cooking and eating for the kids. All our cooking is from scratch cooking by using only the freshest ingredients.
Superior is excited to continue offering our most popular Boy Scout Cooking Merit Badge Workshops.
Scout Troops of all varieties are coming to Superior to fulfill some of their merit badge requirements. We offer a fun and interactive “Cooking Merit Badge” Workshop which covers all the bases of most cooking merit badge obligations. Some of the activities that will be covered during the workshop include:
For the new Cooking merit badge, which became Eagle-required on Jan. 1, 2014, Scouts will prepare meals using the MyPlate food guide, understand and explain food allergies, and learn about cooking food indoors.
The Cooking merit badge introduces principles of cooking that can be used both at home or in the outdoors. Scouts who earn this badge will learn about food safety, nutritional guidelines, meal planning, and methods of food preparation, and will review the variety of culinary (or cooking) careers available.
Cooking merit badges to become Eagle-required- Some of the activities that will be covered during the workshops include:
- Kitchen Safety & Food Handling Examples of food groups & recommended daily serving sizes from each group as recommended using the new food pyramid
- Recipe preparation using proper techniques and procedures
- Recipe nutrition and camping modifications
- Meal Planning – Planning a full meal including nutritional information and grocery list
At SCC, we believe we’re more than a cooking school, we are a community committed to strengthening bodies, minds and neighborhoods. The mission of the SCC is to develop healthy children, families and communities across Southeastern Wisconsin by cutting through the myths and misinformation about health and nutrition.
Please give our cooking program a try for your Boy Scout’s next culinary experience and spread our mission so we all together can create strong healthy families.
We try and leverage our passion for cooking to be an integral part of ensuring the SCC continues to be a leader in making our city a healthy place to live. At SCC, we believe that with practice and patience you can begin to change your life and the lives of your children by learning how to cook and changing what you eat. We hope to encourage every adult and child we meet to make cooking a lifelong passion.