By now, you have probably had the chance to enjoy a meal in the beautiful Village Center Dining in Williams Village. If you have, you’ve probably noticed the tall, natural wood tables with outlets on them in the west dining room. While those are available to eat at during normal meal times, they also serve another exciting purpose…cooking classes!
That’s right, Campus Dining Services is offering cooking classes throughout the year to all CU students! They will take place by the teaching and demonstration kitchen in the VC, located in the west dining room by the tall tables. Each class will focus on a different dish and will allow students to participate in a hands-on learning experience—i.e. actually cooking!
Each class will be taught by a different chef from Campus Dining Services and will focus on a different dish or cooking skill. This is a great way to begin cultivating a genuinely useful skill that you’ll likely utilize for the rest of your life.
The next class in December (slated for 12/5) is going to focus on gluten-free baking!
Since this is a hands-on experience and students will be physically cooking during these events, there is a limit of 18 participants per session. If you are interested in developing your cooking abilities, be sure to sign up at the Village Center the day prior to the cooking class. You can also check the @CUBoulderLiving social media channels for timely reminders and additional details about the classes!