27. March 2012 16:23
Have you ever wanted to grill the perfect steak or sear the perfect salmon? Here’s your chance to learn!
The Alluvian Hotel in Greenwood, MS, in association with The Viking Cooking School, is offering Culinary Weekends, now through October 14. This is your chance to spend a weekend learning the tricks of the trade from Master Chefs who specialize in cooking different foods from all over the world. One and two night packages are available for each culinary weekend. Prices start at $375 - $855 plus taxes.
Use it as a chance for a romantic getaway or even as a way to simply broaden your culinary horizons.
June 22 - 24, 2012 - Chef Ashley Christensen
The combination of food and community has always played an integral role in Ashley Christensen's personal and professional life. Ashley began cooking for friends and family in college. Bringing people together at intimate dinner parties helped her recognize her passion for the craft of cooking and sharing food.
July 27 - 29, 2012 - Chef Stephen Stryjewski
Winner of the 2011 James Beard Foundations "Best Chef South" Stephen Stryjewski is the Chef and co-owner of the award winning Cochon Restaurant in New Orleans' Warehouse District. Prior to opening Cochon, he worked with his now partner Donald Link at Herbsaint Restaurant where he was recognized for his delicious, simple, straightforward cuisine and his commitment to using local, seasonal ingredients.
October 12 - 14, 2012 - Chef Andrew Ticer and Chef Michael Hudman
The chefs and owners of Andrew Michael Italian kitchen were both raised by large Italian families. It was in their childhood, that the love of Italian cooking took seed. They trained from the ground up, starting in liquor stores to learn about wine, quick turn restaurants to gain experience, then to the finer restaurants and formal training.
Please contact the Viking Cooking School at 662.451.6750 or email@example.com to book your weekend package.
For more information on The Alluvian Hotel, visit their website at http://www.thealluvian.com/