ABINGDON, Va. - About 20 boys and girls are sharpening their knives and cleaning the ovens for the fourth annual Cooking Along the Crooke Road Summer Sizzling Camp in Abingdon, Virginia.
It is open to kids 12-17.
Kids will learn tips and tricks to become the next top chef in their family.
Organizer Jennifer Ferreira said, "We have a lot of family members come in and say 'gosh, I can't believe my son or daughter cooked every recipe they learned this week at some point this summer. It's been great".
Monday campers learned how to make some delicious breakfast creations.
The next three days they will learn how grill vegetables, bake yeast, and in a new class they will learn how to grill great creations safely.
For more information on the camp, click here.
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