Food Art; Garnishing Made Easy
Course Outline for Non-Credit Continuing Education Programs 2004
Instructor: John V. Gargone 570-620-0979 email@example.com www.foodgarnishing.com
This is a hands on course which offers a systematic approach to food display, food garnishing and the creation of edible centerpieces
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion the student will learn professional knife handling techniques, be able to create edible centerpieces and garnishes and present any food product in an artistic manner with all the confidence of a professional.
Title, Food Art; Garnishing Made Easy
Author, John V. Gargone
Publisher, Schiffer Publishing LTD
Food Art may be purchased through the Author
Total Hours of Instruction:
Food Art (1) 6 classes 18 hr.
Food Art (2) 6 classes 18 hr.
Food Art Advanced 6 classes 18 hr.
Total course is 18 Classes 54 hours
Student capacity 10 per. class
Crash course in Food Art = cc
3 2.5 hour classes
Student capacity 15 per class
For home cook to the professional chef.
Age Bracket: 16 to 65
- Food Art (1) & (2) and advanced Students may keep knives, Platters, Food Art book and edibles.
- Knives included French, Paring, vegetable knife, peeler, stone and daisy cutter
- Crash Course Students may keep edibles and purchase the Food Art book and daisy cutter.
Food Art Crash Course Materials $40. Instructor Fee $50. House fee $60.------- $150.00
Food Art Advanced - Materials $75. Instructor Fee $150. House fee $75.------- $300.00
Food Art (1) - Materials $60. Instructor Fee $150. House fee $90.------- $300.00
Food Art (2) - Materials $90. Instructor Fee $150. House fee $60.------- $300.00
Complete Food Art Course Materials $250. Instructor Fee $250. House fee 250.------- $750.