International Fusion Homestyle Cooking for a Crowd engages all the senses. Cooking instructor and author of 6 cookbooks, Chris Toy has been teaching Asian themed and fusion recipes privately, for community education statewide, Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School in York, La Roux Kitchen in Portland, and Now You're Cooking in Bath. Together you'll prepare great tasting lunches and hearty dinners for yourselves and fellow artists. Instruction will include selection and care of tools, (knives, woks, cast iron) history of recipes (back stories), finding, choosing and preparing ingredients (shopping tips), and techniques for getting great results in record time (tips and tricks). All supplies and tools will be provided. We'll be hands-on so bring your aprons, cutting boards, and hand towels. For more about Chris visit christoy.net
- workshop tuition includes all meals prepared for everyone by the cooking class
- Chris will call each participant to discuss materials, details and answer questions
Please note: Included in the registration is a $40 non-refundable fee should you have to cancel.
Acadian Arts Fall Workshops in Winter Harbor, Maine
October 18 - 21, 2022
Acadia National Park’s Schoodic Point is arguably one of the most beautiful places in Acadia National Park! Stay on campus in the midst of Schoodic Point to paint, cook, and enjoy one of the most beautiful places on the coast of Maine. You'll get to participate in hands-on workshops in Watercolor Painting on the Coast of Maine, and International Cooking with an intimate group of artists and cooks.
We will be at the Schoodic Institute, in the midst of Acadia National Park. Its scenic setting on the rugged coast of the Atlantic Ocean offers easy access to coastline habitat, intertidal zones, and spruce/fir forests.
This location is a birding hotspot and has the darkest night skies in the United States, with more visible stars than anywhere else on the coast of Maine. Bring your camera, lawn chair and binoculars. Get ready for stargazing with Chris Toy, registered Maine Guide, and a bird walk with National Park Bird Ecology Director, Seth Benz.