What do Andy Warhol, Mondrian and Frida Kahlo have in common? They’re all welcome inspiration at Isabelle Luzzato’s cooking workshops for children aged eight to 12. The two-and-a-half-hour lessons bring together art and the art of the kitchen, so Joan Miró’s elemental compositions inform a pizza day, textile designer Sonia Delaunay’s vividly coloured circles introduce an afternoon of macaron baking, and Italian painter Arcimboldo’s fresh-produce portraits lead into a session on making a minestrone. The child cooks each leave with their own creation packed in a box they’ve decorated according to the theme of the atelier. The classes take place in a light, bright apartment filled with artworks, where Luzzato, a former stylist and fashion merchandiser turned professional chef, also hosts Ateliers Ados for teenagers.