Culinary | Horticulture
A class series for the everyday home cook
looking for the
next level of extraordinary.
The faculty of the Institute for the Culinary Arts at MCC, as well as other industry professionals, offer classes in basic culinary skills, advanced culinary techniques and culinary specialties. These classes are designed for non-professionals but teach the same time-tested techniques that professionals learn, using both hands-on and demonstration techniques.
Foundation courses teach different culinary skills every quarter and enable you to learn new techniques in each class. Healthy foundation courses teach culinary techniques and how to use fresh ingredients to build a foundation for healthy cooking. Specialty courses teach a specialty to people that understand basic cookery and want to learn something new. Whether it be international, American regional or seasonal, understanding ingredients and techniques unique to the lesson, you will be able to create new and delicious menus at home.
All courses are held at the Fort Omaha Campus, Institute for the Culinary Arts, Building 22, Room 210 from 6–9 p.m. on Wednesday evenings. Cost: $50 The classes are limited to 16 students.
COOK-111N-70 (synonym 230351)
Learn to prepare dishes that are flavorful, authentic and rooted in centuries of tradition in the subcontinent of India. Take tradition and add some modern twists from today's kitchens and lifestyles.
Baking – Flat Bread
COOK-155N-70 (synonym 230352)
There are many different kinds of flatbreads eaten all around the world. Move beyond the beloved flatbread pizza and learn to make several flatbreads from Europe, the Middle East and Asia. These delicious, quick and simple breads can accompany just about any meal.
The Art of Grilling I
COOK-107N-70 (synonym 230353)
Explore the tantalizing variety of barbequing methods. Whether it is by a dry or wet rub, hot or cold smoking, or Kansas City- or Saint Louis-style sauce, you will find something to sink your teeth into in this class held on the Bistro outdoor patio.
The Art of Grilling II
COOK-136N-70 (synonym 230354)
Explore techniques for grilling chops, chicken, burgers and steak. This class is taught on the Bistro patio using both charcoal and gas grilles.
Guest chef series
A class series for the everyday gardener
looking for the next level of extraordinary.
The Horticulture department offers classes in basic skills, advanced techniques and specialty topics in horticulture. The classes are designed for non-professionals but teach the same time-tested techniques that professionals learn, using both hands-on and demonstration methods.
To register, call 402-457-5231 or visit the My Way portal.