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Ripley Co. students attend cooking camp

Organized by Genesis: Pathways to Success

(VERSAILLES, Ind.) – Genesis: Pathways to Success hosted a cooking program for 30 students at South Ripley High School. 

The Science Behind Cooking Camp event was part of their Summer of STREAM programming which gives kids unique insights into science, technology, engineering, art and math. 

Students cooked Italian cuisine over the course of three days. 

“Everyone can learn to cook, but not everyone knows the chemistry involved in the process. This camp showed how they can build flavors from the herbs, spices, and seasonings, while still emphasizing the basic chemistry concepts that allow that to happen,” said Oldenburg Academy chemistry teacher Jenny Schneider. 

Allie Swinney, incoming 6th grader at South Ripley Junior High, stated, “I loved learning how to make the different foods, but I never realized how bread rises or why dough forms the way it does. It makes me want to learn more about chemistry and how it is used in other foods.”

Here are more photos from the cooking camp:

Genesis plans to host the The Science Behind Cooking Camp again next summer. 

If you would like to learn additional information about this summer camp, please visit


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