|Plätze||min. 6 / max. 6 noch genügend Plätze frei|
|Entgelt||37,40 EUR including 12 EUR for cooking ingredients. 33,26 EUR (ermäßigt)|
VHS, Mülheimer Platz 1, Raum 2.11 (Lehrküche)
|Downloads||Location plan: Haus der Bildung|
French cuisine is one of the oldest in Europe. Stemming from centuries of traditions and lavish royal feasts it is considered a reference in the whole gastronomical world. The famous chef Auguste Escoffier was the first to write what can be considered the "Larousse" of French cuisine: "Le Guide Culinaire". With more than 5000 recipes on barely 950 pages, this hermetic volume serves as a reference in many classic French restaurants to this very day. In this course we will explore these traditions by bringing some of these classics into our home kitchens and into our everyday life. We cook in a new teaching kitchen with modern induction hobs. Please bring a few plastic boxes for possible leftovers and something to drink. The costs for ingredients of 12 EUR are already included in the fee! The course is suitable for anyone with an A2-B1 level in English.
Location plan: https://www.vhs-bonn.de/page_/Serve/download/ID/585/f/lageplan-vhs-bonn-im-haus-der-bildung.pdf
IMPORTANT (!) to combat the Corona pandemic:
For cooking classes, it can be stated that infection via food is currently unknown.
In principle, cooking courses can take place. When cooking, we recommend wearing a mouth and nose protector and disposable gloves. Disposable gloves are provided by the VHS Bonn. Wearing gloves does not replace thorough mobile phone hygiene. For eating together, a minimum distance of 1.5 metres is observed.