|Owens' café to serve Garde Manger grazing stations buffet April 24|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 16 April 2013 09:09|
PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP - Area residents are invited to experience an array of amazing foods in the form of garnishes, hors d'oeuvres and appetizers at the Owens Community College Terrace View Café as students within the culinary arts program's Garde Manger classes present the art and craft of the cold kitchen during a grazing station feature buffet on April 24.
Garde Manger classes will open the cllege's student-run Terrace View Café to the public as attendees can try sausages, smoked foods, cheeses, pâtés, vegetable and fruit carvings, chutneys, crackers and canapés from an array of buffet themed platters as part of their dining experience, including a Little Slice of Italy, an Island Getaway and Caribbean Cuisine.
The Garde Manger Grazing Stations Buffet will be served from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. in the college's Café, located in College Hall Room 148 on the Oregon Road campus.
The Owens culinary arts program includes both the associate degree and certificate to prepares students for food preparation positions in restaurants, hotels, health care facilities, resorts and country clubs. The Garde Manger class is designed to give students experiential learning related to the cold kitchen.
Classroom instruction includes preparation of garnishes, hors d'oeuvres and appetizers, sausages and tureens, sauces and soups, and salads and sandwiches. Buffet presentation is highlighted.
The cost per lunch, which includes unlimited trips to the grazing stations, is $9 and reservations are required. Call (567) 661-7359 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 7359; or make a reservation at the website at www.owens.edu/terrace.
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