My Visit to a PC Cooking School {#GuidingStarsCA}

My Visit to a PC Cooking School is part three of my #GuidingStarsCA, four-part series. Part one invited you to, Follow My Journey with the Loblaws #‎GuidingStarsCA‬ #‎PCStars‬ Program and part two featured my, #GuidingStarsCA  Follow-Up & My Meeting with a Registered Dietitian.

As I mentioned in my last post, my Personal Level is 4 out of 5 (I started at Level 3).  However, I am determined that by using the resources available at my local Loblaws and by following the PC #GuidingStarsCA program, I will soon reach a Personal Level 5.

One of the resources that is widely available is the PC Cooking School.

Each time I leave the checkout of our local Atlantic Superstore (Loblaws), I see signs advertising the PC Cooking School. I love to cook, so I invariably stop to read about the upcoming classes. They always sound so wonderful and I have often commented that I was going to sign up for a class.

PC Cooking School

Not sure if the classes are the same everywhere, but at our store, right now they are offering a “What’s For Dinner” cooking series. These classes take place every Friday from noon until 1PM.

Check out this BONUS! The “What’s For Dinner?” cooking demonstration costs $10.00 to register, but the great news is, at the end of the class, you will receive a $10.00 President’s Choice gift card to spend in the stores! Plus you’ll pick up great tips on following the Guiding Stars program as you watch the chef in action. You will also receive the recipe, grocery list and of course, your $10 PC gift card!

I couldn’t pass up this opportunity, so I signed up for a noon hour class. The class I selected was a demonstration on how to make a healthy Roasted Fennel and White Bean Dip. I have never cooked with fennel, so this class really appealed to me.

PC Cooking School

PC Cooking School

PC Cooking School

The class was amazing! The room was all set up, complete with recipes, placemats, cutlery, napkins and water for each attendee. We were also offered coffee or tea. All we had to do was sit down at a place setting and follow along as Chef Wendy Scott skillfully took us through the recipe not only for the Roasted Fennel and White Bean Dip but also for two other dips; Artichoke and Spinach Relish with Walnuts and Creamy Salmon spread with Horseradish.

In addition to the Adult “What’s for Dinner” series, also offered are:

  • Adult classes on one Monday per month at 5:00PM. Recent and upcoming enticing class titles include:
    • Nutrient Boosting Seeds – More than just for Sprinkling
    • We Are Really Going to Thai One On Tonight
    • Upscale Casual
    • Date Night in Little Italy with Wine
    • Get Your Polish On
    • The Art of Entertaining
    • and many more!
  • Kids Classes (ages 3-11) with fun titles such as:
    • Hawaiian Vacation
    • Pool Party Treats
    • Classic English Pub Grub
    • Crazy Cupcakes
    • Back to School Wraps
    • and many more!
  • Teen Classes (ages 11-16) were teens learn to prepare:
    • Sensational Sweets – In this class teens are shown how to create a sweet selection of tantalizing treats, featuring moist, mouth-watering Cheesecake Swirled Brownies; delectable Chocolate-Coated Cereal Crunch; luscious Chocolate-Dipped Chocolate Wafer Balls; and flavour-packed Ginger Cookies. How sweet it is!
    • Halloween Festivities – The teens will have a blast as they are shown how to prepare cheesy Spider Web Nachos; spooky Black Halloween Spaghetti; horribly good Black Marshmallow Mud Bars; and monstrously refreshing Magic Potion Punch.
  • You can also book a Private and Corporate Cooking Class – Are you looking for creative ways to entertain your guests or clients? Need to boost morale, build your team and enhance work place synergy? President’s Choice Cooking Schools have exceptional programs to suit your needs and have provided corporate and private functions since 1998.
    • Classes include:
      • Gourmet Basics – 2 hours
      • Interactive Cooking – 2 hours
      • Premium Gourmet – 3 hours
      • and many more!

If you have never attended a PC Cooking School, I urge you to try one soon. Not only will you pick up some great tips on healthy eating following the Guiding Stars program, delicious recipes and entertaining ideas; you will have a lot of fun!

 

 

Comments

  1. I would love to try one of these cooking classes! Sounds like it was very worthwhile and delicious ;)
    Brandi recently posted…Hot Wheels FUNdamentals Learning ProgramMy Profile

  2. Everything looks so delicious! My Loblaws doesn’t have a cooking space, but like you, I’ve seen ads for classes for-evah and have always wanted to go. And I finally signed up! Sooo looking forward to the Fun with Phyllo class in a few weeks. (Something tells me we’ll be eating *very* well.)
    Julie Dyer recently posted…Pack your appetite — we’re going on a picnic!My Profile

  3. So awesome! I am obsessed with the cooking classes they offer! So much fun! Even my little one is obsessed with the kids’ cooking classes!!
    Christine recently posted…PC Cooking School for KidsMy Profile

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