Destination Kohler Announces Popular Culinary Theater Sessions
Five-star resort continues commitment to culinary education with sessions forhome cooks of all tastes and skill levels
The ever-popular interactive Culinary Theater Sessions were announced today at Destination Kohler, launching January 19 and running through April 27. Each week’s session will focus on a different theme and offer guests the opportunity to engage with the Chefs from Destination Kohler, ask questions, and sample the food being demonstrated.
“Our Culinary Theater Sessions offer an approachable and fun atmosphere where guests can enjoy their time with our chefs and hopefully leave learning something new that they are excited to try at home.” said Matt Bauer, Executive Chef Destination Kohler.
The Culinary Theater Sessions run every Saturday, January 19 through April 27, from 11-12:30pm. Tickets are $35 per person and sessions are limited to 40 guests. Make your reservations by calling 888-534-3504. Open to the public and resort guests.
The expansive list of themed cooking sessions are geared to engage aspiring home cooks while perfecting and learning skills, exploring cuisine from around the world and discovering new recipes. Each course is led by chefs and experts from the various dining establishments at Destination Kohler.
“The culinary sessions are a favorite among our staff with each of the Chefs coming up with topics or ideas they care deeply about and have an expertise in,” said Tom McGinty, Director Food & Beverage Operation Destination Kohler. “Our chefs keep a close eye on the upcoming culinary trends and are always looking at how to stay creative in the kitchen and share exciting new recipes and techniques with the at-home cook.”
Each of the events in the series is hosted in the Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen – the intimate, informal working kitchen at The Shops at Woodlake. Limited seating available, reserve your seat by calling 888-534-3504. Open to the public and resort guests.
2019 Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Series Schedule
Winter Weekend Brunch – Gourmet made easy
Chef Tiffany Ringelstetter – Whistling Straits
Going South for the Winter – BBQ styles from Memphis, Kansas City, Caroline & Texas
Chef Eric Longhini – Horse & Plow
Big Game Party Food – Creating winning food for big game parties
Chef Jared Schulz – Blackwolf Run
Healthy in a Hurry – Simple delicious recipes
Chef Lucas Oppeneer – The American Club Special Events
Stock Up on Flavor – How to make healthy stocks and broths
Chef Evan Wallerman – Riverbend
A New Twist of the Classic, Breakfast for Dinner
Chef Matt Bauer – Executive Chef Destination Kohler
Step Ahead on Sundays – Preparing meals for the week
Chef Trevor Koch – Cucina
Pasta/Not Pasta – Hand-made traditional pasta / spaghetti square pasta and puttanesca sauce
Chef Bill Terranova – Cucina
Flavors & Techniques of Authentic Mexican Cooking
Chef Harald Alcala – Horse & Plow
Keto Cuisine – Low carb dishes that deliver
Chef Paul Smitala – Blackwolf Run
Culinary Proof – cooking with beer, wine and whiskey
Chef Jeff Peeters – Wisconsin Room
*session taking place during resort’s annual Libations of Spring event
April 6 TBD
Vegetarian Cooking – classic dishes made vegetarian
Chef Dan Dries – Whistling Straits
Roots – Raising your vegetable repertoire with new techniques and recipesChef Zeke Fitzgerald – Wisconsin Room