Overview

Beef Butchery Basics

In this course, students will learn the basics of beef butchery. Trimming sub-primal cuts and processing them into products such as steaks and hand tied roasts using traditional butchery techniques. Students will apply this knowledge by cooking beef using a variety of cooking methods and learning how to time cooking to reach the desired doneness - grilling the perfect steak, braising and roasting techniques will all be covered. NOTE: To ensure that safe food handling practices are maintained in our kitchens closed toed, non-slip shoes will be required. Pants must be either a black slack style or culinary pant. No jeans, work out pants, or yoga pants are permitted. Hats, Aprons, and Course Manual, will be provided during your first class. All necessary knives and small wares are provided for you, however, upon registration, a list will be provided via email for anyone who wishes to maintain their own kits.

Course Code: 
FDMG-1088
Area of Interest: 
Culinary, Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism

Course Offerings

Winter 2020

January 16, 2020 to February 20, 2020
Registration Opens November 20, 2019
Delivery:
Lecture
Location:
London - Downtown
Section Number: 01LC