RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — “So, once again, what are we making today?” asked cooking instructor Ellen Victoria Luckey.
“Pasta,” her class replied in unison.
It was a summer day and spaghetti made from scratch was on the menu at the kid’s cooking camp inside Victoria’s Kitchen.
“You want to grab your flour. Crack one egg at a time,” Luckey directs the students. The class was loving it as they created wells in their flour and carefully mixed in the egg.
Joy Reed’s 10-year-old daughter, Sophia, was among them. Joy Reed said the socially-distant summer program in Richmond, Virginia, was an educational experience for Sophia.
“It taught Sophia a lot of life skills,” Reed said. Yet, Reed was worried about her daughter and school in the fall. With the coronavirus still a concern, Chesterfield County Schools, where Sophia is