Have you aspired to be a culinary expert?

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UN Food DayTHUNDER BAY – Food News – Have you aspired to be a culinary expert?  Chef Richard “House” Moorey shares, Modern Cooking for Today’s Aspiring Chef at Confederation College -Learn to Cook Like a Chef YB452 is your opportunity to learn how.

The 10 week course is designed for those who love to cook and would like to acquire the skills of a professional chef. You will be able to prepare elaborate meals, including breads and pastries. The course will cover all the essentials. The instructors will be a group of certified local chefs each focusing on his or her area of expertise.

Wednesdays 6:00-9:30pm and Saturdays 10:00-3:30pm 24401-99 January 16-March 27 (no classes during March Break) $1210.00

Richard “Chef House” Moorey is an award winning, certified red seal chef in Thunder Bay. He has been in the business of helping people rediscover their taste buds for more than two decades. He has trained with CCC chefs, a Culinary Olympic coach, Bocuse D’Or competitor and one of the few Chefs to have ever received the Order of Canada. Learning from chefs of such high calibre has significantly influenced Chef House’s flavourful and simplistic approach to cooking.

He has had the privilege of exploring countries such as England, Scotland, Wales, France, Egypt, Italy, Turkey and Greece where he was able to add much to his repertoire. He has also traveled through much of Canada and the US where he has been able bring a more local flair to all of this international influence.

He was recently appointed the executive chef of the DaVinci Centre in Thunder Bay and still, on occasion, does in-home dinners and cooking lessons. Always looking to share food, flavour and creativity, he has been writing a culinary column for the Chronicle Journal for more than a decade and has participated in charity cookbooks.

Chef Maria Costanzo, has been working for over twenty years as a Certified chef for award-winning restaurant Bistro One, in Top 200 restaurants in Canada (Where to Eat in Canada). She has taught for Confederation College for the past seven years in the Continuing Education department and the past four years in the Culinary Program.

Chef Tony Sgambelluri was born and raised in Thunder Bay. His love for cooking began at an early age as he watched his mother and grandmother spend their days in the kitchen preparing wonderful, yet simple Italian dishes.

Tony is a certified chef graduating from George Brown College specializing in Italian cuisine. He gained much of his knowledge of Italian cooking by working in Siderno, Italy for many months. Tony has also worked in many hotels and restaurants throughout Thunder Bay as a head chef.

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