La Plume, Pa. – Keystone College has introduced a great way for anyone interested in cooking to improve their culinary skills and have a great time while they learn at the new Kitchen at Keystone.
The new culinary series, which is part of the college’s Hospitality Business Management program and Professional Development Institute, offers a variety of creative and enjoyable cooking classes for all skill levels. Instructors are successful chefs, certified hospitality educators, restaurateurs, bartenders, and teachers with years of experience in their fields.
Classes are designed to be creative and fun, such as the “Game Day” class on Sunday, Jan. 26 featuring a variety of great recipes for football’s “big game” the following week. Other unique classes include favorites such as “Martinis 101” on Feb. 9, “Teens Taco Time” on Feb. 17, and “Cooking with CBD” on Feb. 21. All courses are subject to minimum enrollment.
To provide individual instruction, classes will be limited to no more than 12 participants and will be held at Keystone’s new hospitality center at 120 College Ave. in Factoryville. The newly renovated former Factoryville Fire Hall features everything needed for fun and culinary success, including a complete modern kitchen and bar area and comfortable work spaces for all participants.
For more information and a complete schedule and list of courses, visit keystone.edu/kitchen.