Practical Culinary Skills Proficiency

Course Code: CULN 261

Academic Year: 2017-2018

"Cooking demands attention, patience, and above all, a respect for the gifts of the earth. It is a form of worship, a way of giving thanks" - Judith B. Jones. In this course, students apply all the skills and techniques acquired in previous classes. Students are expected to be self-sufficient, coming to class prepared with a timetable/work plan, identifying the mise en place, cooking priorities and full knowledge of the recipes. Unlike other classes, cooking demonstrations will not be provided. This class is the final measurement of the student's high quality culinary skills and knowledge to meet industry standards and expectations.