Healthy Cuisine for Kids

(2-day “hands-on” Culinary Training) requires a demonstration area with access to a culinary lab or prep kitchen that will accommodate 20-25 participants divided into 4-5 teams. The training is conducted by a chef and a registered dietitian who provide classroom and hands-on experiences for learning healthful cooking methods. Preparation techniques, such as knife skills, and [Read More]

2020-01-07T11:51:54-06:00February 17th, 2020|

Basic Culinary Math

(6-hour training) Review and practice of basic math skills with. Application for culinary settings focuses on measuring and converting measurements, scaling recipes, and calculating food costs.

Lesson 1: Review Basic Culinary Math Skills

Lesson 2: Kitchen Measuring Tools for Ingredients

Lesson 3: Converting Standardized Recipes

Lesson 4: Calculating Food Cost

2019-04-24T14:14:30-05:00July 22nd, 2019|

Basic Culinary Math

(6-hour training) Review and practice of basic math skills with. Application for culinary settings focuses on measuring and converting measurements, scaling recipes, and calculating food costs.

Lesson 1: Review Basic Culinary Math Skills

Lesson 2: Kitchen Measuring Tools for Ingredients

Lesson 3: Converting Standardized Recipes

Lesson 4: Calculating Food Cost

2019-04-24T13:53:01-05:00July 15th, 2019|

Basic Culinary Math and Food Safety in Schools

BASIC CULINARY MATH

Face-to-face training resource that provides participants the opportunity to review and practice basic culinary math skills.

FOOD SAFETY IN SCHOOLS

Food Safety in Schools is the updated version of Serving It Safe, 4th Edition which was renamed to clarify the target audience of the training. It is designed to provide school nutrition employees with up-to-date [Read More]

2018-04-18T16:13:02-05:00August 5th, 2018|

Basic Culinary Math and Financial Management for Directors

BASIC CULINARY MATH

Face-to-face training resource that provides participants the opportunity to review and practice basic culinary math skills.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR DIRECTORS

Good financial management is critical for successful school nutrition programs. The ability to interpret the financial outcomes of operational decisions is essential to effective management of school nutrition programs.

2018-04-18T15:31:25-05:00July 17th, 2018|