Sage Culinary School Expands

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OPEN KITCHEN: Catherine deCamp, left, founder of Sage Culinary Studio is here with one of her chefs, Charles Bowen, instructor and fine dining chef for Kilkenny’s Irish Pub.

DANIEL C. CAMERON for GTR Newspapers

Sage Culinary Studio, which brings the ingredients of learning, creativity and fun together to form one of the most unique activities in the Tulsa area, has expanded to Bixby at 105th Street and Memorial Drive.

Founder Catherine deCamp loved cooking in the kitchen with her daughter and hoped to find a place that encouraged kitchen activities and have fun with others. “After a search, I found that there was absolutely nothing offered in the Tulsa area for cooking as an extracurricular activity.”

In 2009 deCamp established Sage Culinary Studio in the heart of Brookside with the help of her daughter, family and friends. Now, not only does her daughter have a great place to learn how to cook, but deCamp has what she describes as the best job in the world.

With the mission of sharing the fun and simple skills of cooking with students of all ages, Sage Culinary Studio has brought a boastful flavor to the community.
An interest of cooking, many times, develops quickly into a passion at Sage Culinary Studio. “The students who attend our classes love to cook and see it as fun, relaxing, interesting and delicious! When children come to the studio, we open their eyes to the many delicious ways food can be prepared.”

There are a variety of classes that are offered including Taste the World, which students learn how to prepare recipes from a variety of countries. The Bake and Take class teaches students how to prepare muffins, quick breads and other pastries, which are then taken home to share with family. Pre-Kindergarten students enjoy taking the Once Upon a Kitchen class. The children prepare their meals and while they cook, deCamp reads a book to the students. An item that was mentioned in the book is one of the items they prepared in class.

For more information, visit or call (918) 933-5005.

Updated 08-10-2010

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