See link. Although for the 7 - 12 year olds, it is a start. I will be conducting the July 24th class at Stan Hywet. Sign your kids up it will be fun !
I just meant it was a start! I think getting it full time with all the great local chefs on board would be great.
come on chefs, you can do it! michelle i nominate you to be chair of the committee. i'll be the taste tester.
of course this will have to occur after i stop trying out this vegan thing.
Also, *something* along these lines is being offered by Muse at the Ritz: http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/Cleveland/Information/Calendar/Default.htm
I agree, somewhat similiar, but not really. While I think it's great Tri-C is offering this, I'd much rather see something along the lines of what Seattle is doing.
A few of the classes offered at Tri-C by local chefs this summer are somewhat similar. They go to the market (or farm?) one day to purchase the main ingrediants and then head to the cooking classroom at Tri-C to cook the meal.
I definitely think it is on the same track, maybe the chefs (like Chef Sawyer)will enjoy it so much they will want to incorporate it into their actual restaurants!