Hospitality is divided into 3 main topics:
1.Skill with Food
Masterclasses in techniques, ingredients and presentation and decorating of food.
Preparation of different meat dishes, dinner party menus and desserts. Covering all wet and dry cooking techniques. This includes a range of dishes from the humble steak sandwich to a high- end dessert soufflé. This part of the course also allows to students to design and make their own choice of recipes.
Students experience all aspects of the café menu and culture, from entrées, main courses and Barista work (coffee making). Practical and written tasks allow students to use the principles of cookery to create their own café’. Practical skills will be developed by using cooking methods, pastry work, cake decorating preparation in a variety of restaurants and café contexts
Around the world in 50 recipes! Prepare foods from many countries around the world, thereby experiencing many culinary delights. The practical component of the course is based on experiencing the variety of foods found in different cuisines (including Thai, Indonesian, Japanese and Indian) whilst investigating cultural traditions, influences on food and the development of cultural foods. Students will have the opportunity to taste test food truck and street food trends.
Safety Requirements: Students will need to work safely when using all kitchen equipment.
Additional Course Fee: This covers the cost of 2 student workbooks & food.
This course leads to: Certificate II in Hospitality