Wilmington College Executive Chef Tom Tiner hosted a cooking demonstration at Sugartree Ministries yesterday afternoon, as an introduction to our upcoming Culinary Job Training program that begins on May 4th.
Tiner taught a group of onlookers how to properly chop vegetables, how to safely hold a knife and the best way to bread a meat cutlet. He prepared breaded veal cutlets with capers, Italian seasoning and basil, and sauteed squash, zucchini and red peppers.
"It's food," Tiner said. "Have fun with it."
The Culinary Job Training program is provided completely free for participants, and is a collaboration between Sodexo, the Art Institute of Cincinnati, and Grow Food, Grow Hope. It is an 11-week course that meets once a week on Tuesday mornings, and is open to 8 participants only, so apply now!
More information about the class and more pictures of Tom's demonstration are after the jump:
click here or contact Jessica Braun at (937) 382-6661 ext. 488.