If you are familiar with Park City, you know that it’s a famous place for its world-class skiing, snowboarding, snow-sledding, and other fun winter activities to keep you busy. The resort town, nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, is also well-known for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, the Sundance Film Festival, historic museums, art festivals, concerts, and more. Although many people visit PC for its winter activities and amazing venues, they also fly to Park City from all over the world in order to taste the city’s famous cuisine.
Since the community is deeply involved with the arts, it only stands to reason that Park City chefs, culinary experts, and restaurant owners have developed a Culinary Institute in conjunction with the art community.
Developed in 2013, the Park City Culinary Institute offers several food courses that appeal to food experts and novices alike. Not only do the classes offer new ingredients and techniques, but instructors also do their best to promote local food products as well.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about the art of food and wine, the Park City Culinary Institute will provide everything you want to know about food, including wine tasting, food and wine pairing, seminars, cooking demonstrations and more. The Institute features some of Park City’s most talented chefs, and the programs include plenty of opportunities to whet your appetite and appeal to your sense of taste and smell.
With the Culinary Institute you can dine in one of Park’s City’s 100 restaurants,learn from some of the best chefs in the business, or take some course to brush up on your culinary skills. The institute also offers some great culinary events, including the Park City Wine and Food Classic. Mingle with other wine connoisseurs, gather some free wine tips, or find out about some of latest wine classes.
Located at the Deer Valley Club in Silver Lake, culinary programs are available to the public, corporations, and private groups as well.