Comfort Food: Soups and Sauces ~ Woodstock
Soups and sauces are the ultimate comfort food when the weather turns and the snow begins to fly. In this hands-on class you'll make both a broth and a cream based soup before learning the trick to making the most popular of sauces.
Come with an empty stomach, because at the end of class, you'll enjoy the tasty dishes you will be a part of preparing.
About Chef Zehr:
Culinary teacher, celebrity chef, and successful restauranteur, Murray Zehr will bring his extensive knowledge and contagious enthusiasm for local food to the establishment to class as he educates in this engaging series of culinary and preserving classes.
Murray has over 25 years experience in the hospitality industry. He is currently the Head of the Culinary Arts and Chef Training department at Robert Bateman High School in Burlington for the Halton District School Board.
Murray has successfully owned and operated 8 restaurants during his teaching career. In addition to creating the concepts for each of these restaurants, prior to entering education Murray was the Executive Chef overseeing a chain of eight restaurants with over $40 million in annual sales.
Murray was the Chief Education Officer overseeing PPM 150 (The School Food and Beverage Policy) at the Ministry of Education, and was the provincial governments' chief advisor on Healthy School initiatives.
Murray’s accomplishments in the culinary world are extensive, including working with the Food Network for the popular television show Chopped Canada, cooking for Prince Charles, Gordon Ramsey, and Emeril Lagasse.
Dundas Street United Church Kitchen
285 Dundas Street, Woodstock, ON, Canada