Tag: Food

Galveston College Food for Change

Food Scholarships Training

Thursday, February 14th at 1pm

Seibel Wing West

We are looking for faculty, staff, and students that would like to give back to our campus community by dedicating time to assist with food distributions on the Galveston College campus.

Training will include:

  1. A briefing of the program
  2. Application process
  3. Intake and data entry
  4. Setting up and taking down the food distribution

Galveston College to present Cooking with Friends sessions on French and Spanish cuisine

Do you enjoy cooking or simply want to find out more about different types of cuisine?

Discover the history of food and the art of cooking at Galveston College with Daisy Durham, a world traveler, catering chef and retired history professor, as she presents the finer points of specific cuisines while leading participants through recipes from international regions.

Dining and discussion follow each lesson. Classes meet on Fridays from 6-9 p.m.

Upcoming classes include French Cuisine for the Home Cook on April 6 and Sumptuous Spain on April 27.

The cost for each Cooking with Friends course is $49

Register online at www.gc.edu/ceregister

and select Cooking with Friends from the Arts/Leisure/Music menu. For information, contact Galveston College Continuing Education at CE@gc.edu.

Do you enjoy cooking or simply want to find out more about different types of cuisine?

Discover the history of food and the art of cooking at Galveston College with Daisy Durham, a world traveler, catering chef and retired history professor, as she presents the finer points of specific cuisines while leading participants through recipes from international regions.

Dining and discussion follow each lesson. Classes meet on Fridays from 6-9 p.m.

Upcoming classes include French Cuisine for the Home Cook on April 6 and Sumptuous Spain on April 27.

The cost for each Cooking with Friends course is $49

Register online at www.gc.edu/ceregister and select Cooking with Friends from the Arts/Leisure/Music menu. For information, contact Galveston College Continuing Education at CE@gc.edu.

 

Do you enjoy cooking or simply want to find out more about different types of cuisine?

Discover the history of food and the art of cooking at Galveston College with Daisy Durham, a world traveler, catering chef and retired history professor, as she presents the finer points of specific cuisines while leading participants through recipes from international regions.

Dining and discussion follow each lesson. Classes meet on Fridays from 6-9 p.m.

Upcoming classes include French Cuisine for the Home Cook on April 6 and Sumptuous Spain on April 27.

The cost for each Cooking with Friends course is $49

Register online at www.gc.edu/ceregister and select Cooking with Friends from the Arts/Leisure/Music menu. For information, contact Galveston College Continuing Education at CE@gc.edu

Do you enjoy cooking or simply want to find out more about different types of cuisine?

Discover the history of food and the art of cooking at Galveston College with Daisy Durham, a world traveler, catering chef and retired history professor, as she presents the finer points of specific cuisines while leading participants through recipes from international regions.

Dining and discussion follow each lesson. Classes meet on Fridays from 6-9 p.m.

Upcoming classes include French Cuisine for the Home Cook on April 6 and Sumptuous Spain on April 27.

The cost for each Cooking with Friends course is $49

Register online at www.gc.edu/ceregister and select Cooking with Friends from the Arts/Leisure/Music menu. For information, contact Galveston College Continuing Education at CE@gc.edu

boudin kolaches

Coastal Culinary Lecture Series: Exploring Food Narratives

Boudin Kolaches: The Creolization of Our Local Culture

Robb Walsh

Please join us for the kick-off event of the “Coastal Culinary” Lecture Series featuring Robb Walsh. Walsh is a three-time James Beard Journalism Award winner, the author of a dozen books about food, and a partner in El Real Tex-Mex Cafe in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood. He is the co-founder of Galveston Eats, a non-profit dedicated to preserving Galveston’s food culture, associated with The Gulf Coast Food Project at the University of Houston’s Public History Center. Walsh also co-founded Foodways Texas, a non-profit dedicated to preserving Texas food history headquartered at University of Texas at Austin.

Th event will take place Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the the Seibel Wing at Galveston College and is funded by a generous grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities.