For Immediate Release July 1, 2011
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“How to Boil Water: Boot Camp for Beginners” Covers Extreme Basics
(Southborough MA) – Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks is pleased to offer brand new, two-day intensive cooking classes for adults at the school’s new location in Southborough MA, Saturday and Sunday, July 16 – 17, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM each day; the cost is $250.00.
“In this two-day intensive, culinary newbies will learn the absolute basics,” confirmed Founder and Director Chef Lori Leinbach. “ By basics we really mean it: how to stock the pantry, how to plan meals, how to shop the grocery store, how to use knives to chop, slice, and dice; how to make soup, easy sauces, simple vinaigrettes. We have pared it
all down so that you can use one skillet, one saucepan, and one baking dish to make simple, healthy meals in very little time. You will come out of boot camp with a small repertoire of dishes under your belt. You’ll be confident, and ready to cook.”
The two-day intensive will be taught by Culinary Underground Founder and Director Chef Lori Leinbach. Chef Lori is a former grade school teacher and a graduate of the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts. For ten years, she operated Custom Cuisine, a personal chef service for families and individuals in Boston and the MetroWest area. Lori teaches continuing education classes locally, as well as private cooking classes designed for individuals and small groups. Lori is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, American
Who should sign up for the boot camp? Those students (18 years of age +) who have no kitchen experience whatsoever, people who rely on takeout and the microwave a lot, young people just starting their culinary lives, and individuals who have had no exposure on how to cook. If in doubt about your skill level, call the School – the chefs will be happy to talk about it. Space is limited; registration for classes at Culinary Underground School for Home cooks is first-come, first-served either online at www.culinaryunderground.com, or by calling 508-904-6589.
The all-new Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks is located at 21 Turnpike Road, on the westbound side of route 9 in Southborough, near the Southborough/Framingham town line in the Brickyard Square plaza.
To reach Culinary Underground going east (toward Boston) on Route 9, make a U-turn at the Framingham Technology Park traffic light shortly after the Route 30 exit. Get in the right lane and look for the Brickyard Place sign on the right as you cross into Southborough. To reach Culinary Underground going west (toward Worcester) on Route 9, go through the Framingham Technology Park traffic light and look for the Brickyard Place sign on the right as you cross into Southborough.
For more information about the school visit
http://www. culinaryunderground.com/, check out the facebook page, or call 508-904-6589.
About Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks (CU)
Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks is committed to furthering the art and craft of home cooking through engaging and educational hands-on and demonstrations classes. Using the best seasonal ingredients, mastering techniques, minimizing prep, and maximizing flavor are the focus of our classes. We believe that good eating and breaking bread with others are two of life’s greatest pleasures, and are at the heart of everyday cooking for family and friends. We share with our students a growing concern of what is in our food and where it comes from. To that end, we support small, local, organic farms and dairies, seek out area restaurants whose chefs cook locally, and invite those chefs, farmers, and purveyors into the classroom to share their knowledge and ideas with our students. Located at 21 Turnpike Road/Route 9, Suite E, Southborough MA 01772, the school was founded in 2004 by Chef/Director Lori Leinbach, an experienced educator and personal chef. The staff of four culinary experts teaches children and adults in small classes of 8-12 persons, Monday through Friday, daytime and evenings; special classes and events are also held on weekends. CU students of all levels and interests come from as far as CT, NH, and RI, as well as from Central and MetroWest Massachusetts. Additionally, great tools students use in class can be
purchased at the new, on-site Kitchen Corner store. To register, purchase gift certificates, or learn more about Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks, visit www.culinaryunderground.com or call 508 904 6589.
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