POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, DUE TO COVID-19
LET’S GET COOKING!
The Challenge: Many folks in our community have an interest in the culinary arts, but aren’t sure where to start.
The Opportunity: The West Central Mountains are home base to some of the best chefs in the western United States.
Learn from the best in the business: This unique month-long training opportunity includes training in knife skills, cooking methodologies, food safety and recipes/sauces, as well as an opportunity to obtain your food handler’s license. Expand your knowledge of cooking in a professional environment, become a better cook and launch your career in the culinary arts! Courses will be taught by Chef Larry Morton from Remingtons and James Smith from Lakefront Grill in Cascade, as well as Tom White, Health Inspector from Central District Health Department:
- Knife Skills, History & Kitchen Environment
- Cooking Methods and Food Safety
- Recipes, Stocks, Soups & Sauces
Potential job shadowing and/or apprenticeship opportunities for interested students. Some students will have an opportunity to go home with a high quality chef’s knife from our generous sponsor, Buck Knives–an Idaho-based company!
When: April 7th from 3:30pm-6:00pm, April 20th from 3:30pm-7:00pm and 27th from 3:30pm-6:00pm (the week of April 13th you will be required to obtain your food handler’s license independently online).
Where: Remington’s, 116 S. Main Street, Cascade, Idaho 83611
Who: Students, veterans, current restaurant or resort employees, community members, lifelong learners!
Cost: $80 for all 3 sessions.
Scholarships available! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
TO REGISTER AND/OR INQUIRE ABOUT SCHOLARSHIPS, PLEASE EMAIL ADMIN@WCMEDC.ORG AND WE WILL GET YOU SQUARED AWAY.
A HUGE thanks to our partners in culinary education! This project is funded by the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council, with strategic assistance from the Idaho Dept. of Labor and University of Idaho Valley County Extension.