Culinary Events this fall at George Brown College

MarriageFoodandWine1-PSNThe Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts at George Brown College has a number of special events and culinary courses this autumn. Whether it’s one of our new food tours, our annual student showcases, or our new course schedule, there are a variety of options for the food enthusiast. Here is our list of what is happening this fall and winter:

 

 

1. Food Tours. We have partnered with the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance to offer educational food tours across the province! Our next tour will be on Saturday, November 14 to discover the culinary gems of Simcoe County. We’ll be learning about goat cheese and visiting baby goats at Woolwich Diary; feasting farm-to-table at Mad Maple Inn with Forbes Wild Foods; and experiencing cider with a tasting and light meal at Spirit Tree Estate Cider. Join us for this exciting culinary tour! RSVP: chca.ticketleap.com

 
2. The Marriage of Food and Wine. This annual food extravaganza by our Culinary Arts students who prepare, create, and present a variety of tapas appetizers and wine pairings for the public. This event also serves as their final exam. It is a great way to give back to their culinary education while experiencing some great food and wine. Saturday, November 21, 2015. RSVP: chca.ticketleap.com

 
3. Culinary Continuing Education.  Get a head start on your cooking goals for 2016. Besides our essential courses like Culinary Arts, Baking Arts, and Knife Skills, we also have a roster of new courses such as Canadian Cooking, Sausages, Sandwiches, and New Nordic Cooking. Advanced classes are available on topics such as: Cookies, BBQ-Style Cooking, Pasta, Plated Desserts, and Charcuterie. Beverage enthusiasts will enjoy a variety of classes taught by experts in wine, beer, and tea. To search and register, please

 
visit: coned.georgebrown.ca/culinary

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