While I was cooking eggs in the kitchen, I had a nice conversation with Resident Celena. We talked about what show she was doing for dance and how rigorous the dance department is. She was telling how she got a solo in her piece. She mentioned getting a job at Forever 21 and I was telling her how I had worked there for 8 months and my experience there. We also talked about movies and Animal Hou...
We are going to make pizzas! Dough, sauce, cheese, and some veggies provided. Afterwards, I will host a conversation about New Years resolutions and we will all make some.
A day where individuals got together to cook, bake, and make sugary sweets and deliciousness!
Come learn more cooking basics and healthy meal choices while cooking a tasty meal!
Come learn cooking basics at the Crown/Merrill community room! Food and instructions will be provided. Menu TBD.
We will bake and serve cookies in the A1 lounge. Anyone is welcome to come eat them while they last. We will be serving regular and coconut milk as an option for those who are lactose-intolerant.
Residents will be able to go into the kitchen and cook their own food. I will also be providing some of my own food and healthy alternative recipes.
This was a program that comes earlier in the day, before the cupcake decorating program. My residents will have a chance to bond with me as they learn their way around the kitchen.
I will be cleaning out the refrigerator in JH sometime during Spring Break.
I cooked a vegetable dish, Ratatouille, for my residents in the hall kitchen. All the while teaching them how to master the dish, as well as sharing the kitchen knowledge and experience I learned in my HRT 281 culinary class.
The first annual Village Cake-Off will be an event in which residents compete with given materials to construct the ultimate cake.
Have kitchen measurement information on one convenient sheet.
A necessary explanation of why we ought to keep the kitchen area as clean as possible and procedures in which to complete this mission.
Learn how to properly harvest a chili pepper and how it makes its way to the local grocery stores. Find out how this knowledge can lead to bigger community service projects too!
Fun times and good food are to be had by the remaining Villagers in the F4 Kitchen, where a Harvest Dinner will be held as a community gathering.
Come learn how to prepare and cook meals using your microwave. I will demo several easy to learn recipes that residents can duplicate for future use. At the same time food safety and cooking safety will be emphasized throughout the program.
Residents will be able to go into the kitchen and cook their own food. I plan on making a healthy food that everyone can enjoy and will provide information on the dining hall resources for health and wellness. Some of the resources I will tell them about is the online menu, how to look up special events at the dining hall, and the calorie tracker.
After baking/cooking a dish or two together we will end with participation in the Sunday night potluck in the Trailer Park.
Residents will be able to go into the kitchen and cook their own food. I talked about different foods and how they are healthy.
Helpful tips to keep the kitchens and baths clean!