Whos in the Kitchen? Learn how art and culinary convergePaducah, Kentucky (June 28, 2016) - Cooking is an art, but all art requires knowing something about the techniques and materials, said Nathan Myhrvold, coauthor of Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking and Modernist Cuisine at Home. Myhrvold isnt the only one who understands why cooking is an art. Beginning July 21, West Kentucky Community and Technical College is melding art and cooking into unique kitchen experiences with local artists.
Spend an evening cooking with one of Paducahs artists and see firsthand how art and culinary art converge with four classes held from 6 9 p.m. at Kitchens Caf located at 905 Harrison Street in downtown Paducah. The cost of each artist cooking session is $45. Participants need to bring an apron and wear closed toe shoes.
With Amy Nolan, learn to prepare meals using food grade essential oils.
Dumplings and potstickers are on the menu with Lily Liu.
Bill Renzulli shares Bills Legendary Pasta Dish Selection.
Nathan Brown brings a Southern favorite to the table with his tasty BBQ recipe.
Following each cooking session, participants can enjoy the delicious meals they prepare with the artists.
To register call 270-534-3335 or go online to: ws.kctcs.edu/westkentucky, click on Culinary.
Registration for summer and fall classes at WKCTC is also underway. Call 1-(855) GO-WKCTC or visit westkentucky.kctcs.edu for class offerings. Fall classes begin August 15.