Lawry’s Chef Matt Melton Teaches Cooking Classes For Special Needs Kids at Market Street

Each month, Lawry’s good-natured chef, Matt “Melon Head” Melton heads to Market Street in McKinney to teach a hands-on cooking class for mentally handicapped kids and young of adults. The classes are held every two weeks (1st and 3rd Wednesday) and they are looking for other chefs in the area who might be interested in teaching one or ten. “These classes are an awesome way for these guys to have fun and work on motor skills, “Melton said. If you are a chef and are interested in participating, please call Ruth or Maria at Dish at Market Street. 972-548-5167. You can check out the full schedule of classes here.

One comment on “Lawry’s Chef Matt Melton Teaches Cooking Classes For Special Needs Kids at Market Street

  1. One more reason to love Market Street. Best customer service of ANY area supermarket, all the way down to the kids who take your cart out to your car. I also believe Market Street hires developmentally-disabled adults to work in their stores. Big fan.