February 26, 2022
Price: $50/for Adults
*Kids under 14 must come with an adult
Check-In & Check-Out: Your day will begin Saturday at 8:30am with Check-in at Oak Lodge followed by a day of adventure in the culinary arts. Your day will conclude on Saturday at 4:00 PM.
Camp Description: Jim Krieg, Canyonview's former Excecutive Director and former instructor at Western Culinary Institute/Le Cordon Bleu will present cooking and spiritual lessons for young and old!
Enjoy making multiple culinary delights during this one-day adventure in the Canyonview Kitchen.
On the Menu :
Bierocks: On Mennonite farms in south-central Kansas, these meat-filled buns (pronounced “BEER-ocks”), were once served in the field as a working lunch. They learned the process while in Russia in the 18th century. Savory pies are eaten throughout the world known by various names. The beirock is a yeast dough wrapped around a beef, cabbage, cheese filling. They are fun to make and more fun to eat.
Homemade tomato soup: I was a mature person when I realized that tomato soup didn’t just come in a can. You could actually make it from scratch. We will go through the amazingly simple process so we can enjoy a fresh version of a canned classic.
Crispy oven fries: With a couple of tricks and tips, we can have crispy and flavorful oven fries.
Dessert Crepes and sauces: With practice using a crepe pan, we can produce a delightful treat to serve with fresh fruit and chocolate, presented with a rainbow of plate sauces.
Important Payment Information: Full amount must be paid upon registration. If you need to cancel for any reason, please call our office as soon as possible. Remember, however, there is a $10 non-refundable fee per person.
All individuals must be registered online before attending. No walk-in registrations.
According to the National Center of Addiction and Substance Abuse, children who eat dinner with their families are 31% less likely as teens to use drugs, drink, or smoke.