LSSU Library Culinary Series – “Make it personal: Owning your college food experience”

Monday, September 20, 2021 @ 4pm
Library Learning Commons

photo of Bruce Wallis
Sault native Bruce Wallis is a career chef and food service professional. He is currently the Assistant Food Service Director at The Leelanau School and a food columnist for the Traverse City Record Eagle. He doesn’t hate any food but thinks that many are overrated .

Do you find yourself wishing for something a little different?
Something more than the daily routine?
Something to win friends and impress your roommates?
Try making it yourself!

When you learn to prepare your own food using a few common cooking implements and some simple tips and techniques, you take control of a large part of your life.

Whether you want to start eating healthier, are looking for a way to showcase your hosting skills, or just want to add a little spice and pizzazz to your diet, learning to prepare food in the privacy of your room will give you a great start.

We will be learning to prepare fresh and delicious food using cooking equipment you may already have on hand. Using hands-on demonstrations and take-home recipes, you will come away with a new understanding of what it takes to be a great home cook.

This event is free and open to the public.