COOKING LIKE A CHEF - Vegan/Vegetarian Holiday Meal
3-hour, hands-on class $ 105 plus processing fee & taxes
Saturday, November 17th - 1pm to 4pm
Guest Chef: Rawan al Wadaa
Hailing from the Mediterranean, Rawan molded her passion for food and arts into fondant sculptures and customized cakes at one of the most successful bakeries in Beirut. With a Culinary Management degree from Algonquin College, she is currently Kitchen Manager & Pastry Chef at Stella Luna Gelato Cafe.
MENU: Vegan Pâté, Pumpkin Kebbeh, Faux Gras, and Vegan Tortière
Registration closes 2 days before the course date.
Three-Hour, Hands-on Class - from 5:30pm to 8:30pm $ 95 per person (tax & processing fee extra)
A menu inspired by Canadian ingredients and traditional Canadian food. Discover some of Canada's boreal ingredients while mastering techniques and creating succulent dishes.
Featuring products such as:Pickled Milkweed, Spruce Tips, Mystique of Mugwort, High-Bush Cranberries, Peppery Green Alder and Char.
November 2nd - Menu: Recipes inspired from Cooking with the Wolfmanby Chef David Wolfman - Sea Asparagus Crab Cakes, Labrador Tea Poached Flounder with Saskatoon Berry Drizzle and Amaranth Birch Pudding
Thursdays, 6:30pm - 8:00pm - November 1st to December 6th, 2018
C’est Bon Cooking’s Teen Chef classes go much further by engaging youth aged 12 to 17 in an exploration of kitchen fundamentals. Participants will work closely with Chef Georges to learn a variety of essential cooking techniques. The results: giving teenagers the cooking skills and confidence they will need for life.
Minimum of 4 participants. Maximum of 8.
6-week Program: $ 360 plus tax
Per Session: $ 65 plus tax
Series 2 of our Teen Chef series continues to build upon techniques taught in Series 1.
Students will tackle
Class 1 Vegetarian Cuisine Class 4 Poultry - Cooking Techniques
Class 2 Eggs - Gnocci Class 5 Vegetables - Advanced Knife Skills
Class 3 Dough - Bread Class 6 Dessert - Chocolate
Completion of Series 1 classes is NOT REQUIRED in order to take this series.