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Thursday, February 27 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Building Meaningful Community - The Menu at the Culinary Olympics

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The Internationale Kochkunst Ausstellung (IKA) Culinary Olympics is the largest international culinary exhibition in the world. Dating back to the year 1900, the Culinary Olympics has been and continues to be the epicentre of culinary arts. With 54 nations and 1600 chefs converging, our NAIT Culinary Team has the immense honour of competing in the largest culinary arts competition in the world. Please join us in a cooking demonstration of the culinary Olympics menu. A lunch menu composed of the following elements: • one salad • finger food, two different kinds one vegetarian • 1 meat and 1 fish dish, 1 vegetarian dish • 2 starch side dishes • 2 vegetable side dishes • 1 dessert The entire menu fits on a cafeteria tray, does not exceed 5 euros and the nutritional value has been calculated. This menu can be easily adapted to school cafeterias!


Kelly Marie Hobbs Bruzzese

Kelly Hobbs Bruzzese is a NAIT Culinary Team Leader and Instructor of Baking and Pastry Arts in the Department of Culinary Arts and Professional Food Studies at the Northern Alberta Institution of Technology.

Thursday February 27, 2020 1:30pm - 3:00pm MST
(Archbishop O'Leary Catholic High School - Room 243 - Foods Lab)