Classes

“You won’t believe what I did at The Table!”

 The Table offers one-of-a-kind hands-on culinary experiences featuring Prince Edward Island foods and culture.  Our small classes of 6 to 10 people allow you to learn about different Island foods and to see first-hand how they are grown and harvested.  Whether we have live demonstrations in the Studio or take a trip to a farm, you will have an unforgettable and fun experience, getting your hands a little dirty, talking to locals and trying something new along the way.

 In each class, you will join our Chefs in the kitchen to create both understated and sophisticated culinary dishes using fresh local ingredients.  Classes offer something for everyone, from the novice to the expert cook, providing instruction on cooking techniques as well as the products being used.  You get to choose how involved you want to be, you can get right into things or stand back and learn. 

At the end of the class you will enjoy the dishes you have prepared with some freshly made bread and a glass of wine or beverage of your choice.  You will take home the recipes you made and pictures from the class to impress your family and friends with your new culinary skills and tales of your experiences on the Island.

 Check out the list of classes below to find the one for you!


Applelicious

Applelicious
Travel with us down inspiring PEI Heritage Roads to a local orchard where you will hand-pick fresh delicious apples.  Then join our Chef in the kitchen at The Table to create preserves and an apple braised pork dish you won’t soon forget!

4.5 hours | $90/person +tax

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Artisan Bread


What is nicer than the smell of fresh bread?
 In this class, we will teach you the basics of breadmaking and how to make your own homemade loaves of artisan bread as well as one of The Table’s own Citrus Beet Loaf or Black Garlic Potato Bread.  Once you unlock the secret of artisan bread, you will be able to make a batch of dough that will last you through the week and allow you to make fresh bread every night for your family.
You knead to try this one!

3.5 hours | $65/person + tax

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Black Gold


One of the hidden culinary treasures of Prince Edward Island...

is the black garlic produced by Al Picketts of Eureka Garlic.  Black garlic is a type of cured garlic used in high-end cuisine that is versatile, unique and mouth-watering in its flavour. In this class, we will visit Eureka Garlic to learn about Al’s passion for garlic and how black garlic is made.  At The Table, you will create both sweet and savoury dishes using this black “gold” to create layers of flavour that will awaken your taste buds and spark your imagination.  

 

You will never see garlic the same again!



4.5 hours | $100/person + tax

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Bounty of the Sea


Calling all seafood lovers!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to sear a scallop, debeard a mussel or crack a lobster with a butter knife?  Then this class is for you.  Located only minutes from New London Bay Harbour, The Table uses the freshest seafood you can find on the Island.  In this experience, we will use locally caught lobster, quahogs, mussels and fish to create a succulent and elegant seafood meal while teaching you about the different fisheries on the Island and the cooking techniques used to bring the bounty of the sea to our tables. 

 

Join us for this seafood feast!


4 hours | $110/person + tax

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Farm to Table


FARMERS & FISHERMEN ARE THE HEART AND SOUL OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.

 In this class, we will head out to a local organic farm to meet Island farmers and discover what treasures are in season beneath the red dirt fields.  You will definitely want to dress “for the farm” as you will be getting your hands (and knees) dirty as you pick the vegetables that will form the foundation of our meal.  We will then head back to The Table where you will create a culinary masterpiece with our chefs using your freshly harvested ingredients.  


Taste the freshness!

 

4.5 hours | $100/person + tax

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Gluten-Free Gourmet


Ditch the gluten, not the bread!

It is easy to think that a gluten-free diet means the end to pasta, bread and delicious desserts.  Not so!  In this class we will create a flavourful, fun and easy three-course meal that includes all of these dishes using hand-blended gluten-free flour. Whether you are celiac, living gluten-free or know someone who is, the recipes you learn will show you how gluten-free is not about what you can’t eat but about finding new favourites and reinventing old ones. 

 

Imagine the culinary possibilities!


4 hours | $100/person + tax

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Helping Hands


A Family Farm and Culinary Adventure

On the farm everyone in the family helps with the chores.  From big to small, young to old, each pair of hands pitches in to get the work done. In this class we join local farmer Nancy Sanderson at Hope River Farm for her morning chore rounds, helping to feed the chickens, sheep and pigs and collecting the eggs from the hen house.  We will then head to The Table to create a tasty three-course meal using the eggs that you gathered at the farm and freshly picked herbs from the garden.  This is a true family experience for kids and their parents to get some hands-on fun and learning at the farm and in the kitchen. 


Lend a helping hand, be a farmer for a day!

 

4 hours | $100/adult+ tax & $75/child under 12 years of age +tax
Recommended for children over the age of 6 years.

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Hive to Table


Did you know one of every three bites of food we eat is a result of pollinators like honey bees? That's just how important bees are to the cycle of foods we feed our families.  In this class, we will visit local Beekeeper and Environmentalist, Sharon Labchuk in Stanley Bridge for a tour of her bee hives. She will teach us about the vital role bees play in Island agriculture, what beekeeping is all about and how honey is harvested. We will then take our fresh honey back to The Table where you will work with our Chef to create unique and tasty dishes and treats that will tantalize your taste buds. 

 

You have to taste it to bee-lieve it!

4.5 hours | $100/person +tax

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Let Them Eat Beef


Beef farming is a proud part of Prince Edward Island’s heritage.  The farmers who raise PEI Certified Beef are committed to quality, consistency and flavour, drawing on generations of experience.  Farmers who use a traditional and responsible approach to raising cattle on small family-owned farms produce outstanding, exceptional quality beef. 

In this class we will be joined by Karl Bruenjes from Atlantic Beef Products who will teach us about how farming methods affect flavour and what cuts and grades of beef are available on the Island.  You will then prepare a succulent and sophisticated three course meal with our Chef using PEI Certified Beef that you will make again and again for your family and friends. 

Join us for this quality beef experience!

4 hours | $100/person + tax

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Marilla's Table


What would Marilla do?

In this class we immerse ourselves in the culinary world of Marilla Cuthbert from the Anne of Green Gables novels written by author L. M. Montgomery.  What types of foods would Marilla have made for Anne and Matthew?  Using the Anne novels and L. M. Montgomery’s own cookbook as inspiration we will create a delicious meal of traditional PEI recipes worthy of Marilla’s table.  During lunch we will be joined by local Montgomery historian Denise Bruce of Montgomery Inn at Ingleside who will regale us with stories of L. M. Montgomery and tales of life on the Island in the early 1900s.


Anyone for some raspberry cordial?


4 hours | $100/person + tax

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Oyster Obsession


The shucking truth about oysters.
 Oysters grown and harvested in the waters of Price Edward Island are among the best you will ever taste.  In this class, we will be joined by local Island aquaculturalist George Dowdle who will teach us all about oyster and quahog farming. You will get to experience a “day in the life” of an aquaculturalist by visiting George’s oyster farm and taking part in some of the daily tasks of farming oysters and quahogs.  You will get to taste oysters taken straight from the water and learn how to shuck your very own oysters and quahogs.  We will then use your fresh catch to prepare delicious culinary delights back at The Table. 
 
This is a true sea to table experience you won’t want to miss!

4.5 hours | $110/person + tax

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Say Cheese!


Don’t be sheepish – learn About sheep’s milk cheese! 

 In this class, we will travel to Isle Saint-Jean Farm in North Rustico, where farmers Gabriel and Deirdre will take us on a tour of their family farm and explain all about dairy sheep farming and the cheese making process. You will learn all about the sheep’s milk cheeses and yogurt they produce before heading back to The Table to create some beautiful dishes using these wonderful products, other Island cheeses, and fresh seasonal ingredients.

A barn to table experience you won’t soon forget!


4.5 hours | $100/person +tax

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Vivacious Vegan


A vegan diet doesn’t have to be dull!

In this class we will use fresh and exciting flavours to tantalize your taste-buds and inspire your culinary creativity for making vegan dishes.  Learn how to make tempeh from scratch, how to use herbs and spices to enhance your dishes, and how to create a decadent vegan dessert.  Make a three-course meal that will impress your family and friends, and tempt even the most stubborn carnivore.

 

Healthy never tasted so good!


4 hours | $100/person + tax

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