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CUL 106 - Understanding Culinary Techniques I Units: 6

Course teaches introductory hot food cookery with emphasis on product utilization, cost effectiveness, timing and presentation. Students practice traditional and modern cooking techniques and good nutrition. Students will receive hands-on practice utilizing moist and dry heat cooking methods. Students prepare sauces, soups, starches, vegetables and center of the plate entrees. Some menus include practical baking of quick breads and home baked desserts. Chef instructors make frequent demonstrations to reinforce and amplify recipes and lectures.

Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: CUL 100, CUL 105, and ENG 101 or ENG 113 or equivalent/qualifying test scores.

Term Offered: Spring and Fall