Casey Cares Cooking & Baking Summer Camp

We are so excited to be bringing you Casey Cares Cooking & Baking Summer Camp this summer! Casey Cares Cooking & Baking Summer Camp is a virtual camp that will bring chefs and bakers from across the country into your home for a very special cooking lesson for seven weeks, starting the first Friday after you register!

Top chefs have signed on to support critically ill children and teach your kids! From the winner of Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship, to a judge on Best Baker in America and Worst Bakers in America, the host of Farmhouse Rules, a judge on Holiday Baking Championship and Spring Baking Championship and the Executive Chef of Tijuana Flats, you and your kids will be learning from the best this summer!  See all of our chefs below.

Each week a new video lesson will be sent to your email along with an ingredient list and recipe to follow along with the chef.

Wednesday / July 1, 2020
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5 Weeks Long!
Class Arrives In Your Inbox Once A Week!

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Sign Up and Meet Our Chefs Below!


Nancy Fuller

Nancy Fuller is a warm, loving mother of six and grandmother of 13, and the owner of Ginsberg’s Foods, a multimillion-dollar business she runs with her husband. Nancy lives in an authentic 17th-century farmhouse on beautiful, rolling land in New York’s Hudson Valley region. Nancy’s food and recipes represent her surroundings on the farm and her philosophy of feeding others with delicious, simple meals from the heart.

In addition to hosting her show Farmhouse Rules, Nancy is also a judge on Holiday Baking Championship and Spring Baking Championship.

Laura Olsson

Laura Olsson is the co-owner and operator of Johan’s Joe Swedish Coffee House & Cafe in downtown West Palm Beach, FL. She joined the team in 2015 as a part-time barista, the day after it opened, and quickly rose to manager. In 2017, Laura stepped into her new role as owner.

Her journey into the culinary world came following a career singing in the Washington DC theatre scene, and a five year stint performing on the Disney Cruise Lines.

Laura grew up and completed schooling in Maryland before moving to South Florida with her family in 2014. Her two children, Bella (6 years) and Henrik (3 years), who are also Swedish, inspired her desire to continue Swedish traditions across South Florida through the coffee house and cafe. When not running the cafe, she donates her time singing with a contemporary Christian music band, and is passionate about nonprofit organizations that support children in foster care. Laura loves entertaining at home with food and wine, singing for her church, traveling with her family, and making her customers the perfect cup of coffee.

Jason Smith

From his bright and vibrant outfits to his off-the-cuff sayings, Jason, from Grayson, Kentucky, describes himself as the down-home chef. A school cafeteria cooking manager and caterer, Jason has been cooking his entire life, with his modern, elevated recipes not only tasting delicious, but also being budget friendly. A self-taught chef and baker who previously competed on and won Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship, Jason shows viewers you don’t have to be a professional chef to cook delicious food. He's currently a judge on Best Baker in America and Worst Bakers in America.

Jaiden Lars-Woodbey

Jaiden is a Defensive Back for Florida State University’s football program. When he’s not on the football field he loves being in the kitchen.

Erik Berlin

Chef Egg is a professionally trained chef, culinary instructor and host of Chef Egg's Cooking Eggsperience and Chef Egg Live/Hands On Chef Egg - interactive cooking programs.

His mission is to free everyone from a boxed, frozen and fast food prison by teaching you how to really get cooking! Not just show you a recipe, but also give you the details you need to claim your culinary independence. From the grocery store to the kitchen table, you'll learn the basics of how to prepare, cook and serve simple and tasty meals.

Joel Reynders

Joel Reynders is the Vice President of Culinary and Executive Chef of Tijuana Flats. In this role, Joel is responsible for the overall culinary strategy and product innovation for the brand.

Joel joined Tijuana Flats in July 2019 after working more than 15 years in casual dining, with 4 different national restaurant brands ranging in size from 100 restaurants to over 600 restaurants.

Prior to that, Joel spent more than 10 years in hotels, independent restaurants, and quick service.

Joel is a Certified Culinarian, having completed an intense 3-year apprenticeship program sponsored by the American Culinary Federation.

Anne Beiler

Anne Beiler began twisting pretzel in 1987 and grew a single farmer’s market stand into Auntie Anne’s Inc., the world’s largest hand-rolled soft pretzel franchise. Her professional success, however, was forged after years of darkness, depression, and despair brought on by the death of her nineteen-month-old daughter. Anne’s personal story and entrepreneurial insights have been featured on many television shows including Secret Millionaire, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Good Morning America. She has been highlighted in numerous publications such as Fortune Magazine, and Inc Magazine.  In 2005, Anne sold Auntie Anne’s and authored the business memoir, Twist of Faith. Today, Anne speaks to audiences around the world inspiring people with her authentic stories and life experiences. Her mission is to help women overcome the pain, blame, and shame of their past by sharing their stories.