CULG210 - Kitchen Skills I - The Art of Garde Manger & Knife Skills
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Embrace the fundamental skills of cold food preparation and knife use. A main focus of the course will be proper techniques, use, and care of professional knives and tools. You will also develop the ground work for the entire Kitchen Skills series by learning ingredient identification, cold food flavor recognition and the fundamental production of the cold components of the kitchen. Discover how to create exquisite dressings, interesting plated salads and classical and fancy sandwiches using surprising ingredients. As well, you will learn about production and use of quality olive oils and vinegar in the modern kitchen and garnishes for modern salads. Every step along the way will include demonstrations and hands-on practice.