Level One Food History - Stratford Chefs School

Level One Food History

This course introduces students to a more comprehensive understanding of cookery foundations by surveying the evolution of food habits at key moments in history. By examining the ingredients, technologies, tools, and cookery methods used, students will begin to understand that our ancestors were keen to explore as many tastes and seasonings as their circumstances allowed. In addition to lecture, each student will cook a primary-source recipe in order to engage with the sights, smells, tastes, textures, and practicalities of pre-modern cookery. By approaching history through the lens of food, students will gain awareness of the larger role that cooks and cookery play in everyday life.

SCS Long Table Dinner 2019

Mark your calendar for our signature event!

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2019

 

You are invited to a magical fundraising evening to be held at a NEW secret historic Stratford location! Inspired byDiner en Blanc, guests dressed all in white gather around a long table to enjoy a four-course dinner of incredible local food and complemented by top VQA wines.

 

An exceptional experience you won’t want to miss!

EARLY BIRD TICKETS on sale now $135 each*

Call or visit the SCS Administration office to purchase.

519.271.1414 | 192 Ontario Street, Stratford

 

BUY NOW | LIMITED SEATING

Regular tickets available for purchase on line starting August 1, 2019 for $150* each.

(*$50 tax receipt will be issued).

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