UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND CENTER FOR CULINARY ARTS-Local Cooking Course 101

 

 

 

 

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COME AND JOIN US. WE ARE VERY EXCITED & HONORED TO BE ASKED TO ATTEND
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Local Cooking 101
May 23, 2016
Mo 6pm to 9pm
Location: Center for Culinary Arts
Facility: Center for Culinary Arts

Center for Culinary Arts

9722 Gayton Road
Richmond, VA, US 23233
Phone: (804) 422-2665
Price: $99.00 (Standard charge)
Ages: 16 and up
Gender: Coed
Spaces: 16 openings remaining
Registration Dates: Standard registration opens: Dec 1, 2015 9am
Internet registration opens: Dec 1, 2015 9am
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NEW! Sourcing ingredients from local sources is great for flavor and helps support the local economy. And in many cases, it can be better for you, too. Come prepare a menu using local meats, fruits, and vegetables. Students will also be treated to a lecture by Shauna Wells, owner of the Olive Oil Taproom, on the health and flavor benefits of their olive oils and vinegars. Students will have an opportunity to taste the difference, and will then use these products in the recipes for class. Note: Class menu will be based upon what local ingredients are available at the time of the class.
Notes:
Students must wear rubber-soled, closed-toed shoes (slip-resistant highly recommended). Please note that it is not permissible for persons other than those officially registered to attend this class. Substitutions without the prior approval and processing of SPCS are not permitted. In the event of inclement weather, please refer either to the University hotline (804-289-8760) or the following web link (http://alert.richmond.edu)
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Type: Classes
Category: Culinary and Food Services
Subcategory: Culinary Arts – Elective
Season: Spring 2016
Sessions: 1
Supervisor: Martin Gravely
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Instructor: Dave Booth
Dave Booth
Notes: B.A., Chef, Culinary Instructor, Center for Culinary Arts Program Coordinator, Certified Servsafe Instructor & Proctor