The new Summer 2010 course guide for Stonewall Kitchen’s Cooking School is now out, and among its many course offerings is one that features a local chef paired with a local farmer as part of their Farm to Table Dinner/Lecture series:
Farm to Table: Maine Specialties
Pierre Gignac, Executive Chef and Owner, 98 Provence Resaurant, Ogunquit, ME, with George Carpenter, Farmer
Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School, York, ME
Date: Friday, July 30, 2010
Time: 11:30 am1:00 pm
We love promoting our Farm to Table Dinner Lectures because it promotes buying local and in season foods. Watch Pierre and George create a fabulous dinner while providing a discussion on important farming issues and practices relevant to New England.
Seared Maine Scallops with Green Tomato Fritter, Saffron Aioli and Sun Gold Tomato Fresh Herb Salad
Hake Poached in Olive Oil with a Stew of Roasted Sweet Peppers and a Trio of Braised Field Greens
Fresh Summer Berries with Muscat Sabayon and Heart Song Farmer’s Goat Cheese Ice Cream
Pierre Gignac was born in Montreal Canada. In 1987, Pierre graduated from the renown Institut d’Hotellerie et de tourisme du Quebec. Pierre’s first chef’s position was at a trendy Montreal celebrity hang-out, “Prego” where he learned Italian cooking. He furthered his Italian cooking knowledge under Austrian Chef Heinz Kattenfeld in Winnipeg, Canada. After travels in Europe and Asia, Pierre settled down in Ogunquit, Maine to open “98 Provence Restaurant”. Pierre’s southern French eatery has been pleasing locals, tourists and critics for the last 14 years.
For more information and registration, please visit the Stonewall Kitchen website or call: (877) 899-8363.
An ongoing listing of other establishments offering cooking classes can also be found through Seacoast Eat Local’s wiki.