Food & Cooking Education program from rutland farm and food link
Everyday Chef's primary purpose is to engage eaters and promote confidence in the kitchen, while promoting local, seasonal and healthy food.
We collaborate with local chefs, guest instructors, community organizations, schools, colleges and businesses alike to engage and teach a variety of methods from basic skill building to more advanced techniques.
We develop custom curriculum, design and conduct cooking workshops and hold events and series throughout the Rutland area and surrounding region.
Everything about this kid-friendly workshop series is fun!
Make your own fun shaped pretzel, create fresh spring rolls- kids-style and grill up a delicious lunch.
The workshops are $5 - $10 and are in partnership with Rutland Recreation.
Children 12 and under are free!!
Sign up today by clicking below in our calendar.
Click on upcoming Everyday Chef workshops and events below to learn more.
Interested in having an Everyday Chef workshop at your place of business, for your staff, customers or organization?
Contact Grace Davy at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 802-417-1528, ext 5
Everyday Chef on PEGTV
Everyday Chef Coordinator Grace Davy hosts a monthly cooking show on PEGTV called Local Farmer. Each month a local Vermont farmer comes on the show to teach people one of their own personal recipes.
Local Farmer, Everyday Chef brought to you by Rutland Area Farm & Food Link (RAFFL). Hosted by Grace Davy. Guest: Scott Courcelle, Alchemy Gardens. Recipe: Root Vegetable Soup with homemade Chicken Broth.