Grab a seat at our virtual table and connect with other students and community members through a digital series of cooking workshops featuring local guest chefs and home cooks.
This series called Table Talks is our response to social isolation as this community well-being series aims to create a virtual community-building space to function as our community dinner table.
Through learning to cook the feature dishes, you can learn new kitchen skills while connecting with others in this virtual series.
All Table Talks will feature a cooking workshop and a virtual space to eat your meals alongside others.
December 9th: Knife Skills!
The knife is an important basic tool used in the kitchen. In this session, we will learn the parts of a knife; about types of knives, as well as the importance of using correct, consistent cutting techniques.
By the end of the session you will know how to:
Hold a knife safely and correctly
Identify the parts of the knife
Identify and use a variety of commonly used kitchen knives correctly
Identify a variety of knife cuts by their shape and size
Demonstrate a variety of knife skills
Compare the difference between honing and sharpening knives, and make delicious soup stock from scratch