CulinaryCorps is excited to announce that we will be returning for a third time to Camp Sunshine for our 2015 outreach trip. A year-round facility on Maine’s Lake Sebago, Camp Sunshine has been supporting children with life-threatening illnesses and their families for over 30 years. We feel so lucky to have been a part of the magic that happened continue reading.
…our fabulous (and well-spoken) Trip Leader, Aimee Bariteau, who also happens to be a 2014 Ford Model of Courage. A wonderful tribute to a delicious week! Share this:
Please join CulinaryCorps alum and Natural Gourmet Institute graduate, Celia Lam, for the August 15th installment of NGI’s Friday Night Dinner series, a 3-course vegetarian/vegan dinner cooked by the students. Part of proceeds of will be donated to CulinaryCorps and our 2014 Camp Sunshine trip. The menu is not yet available online but it is sure to be continue reading.
Hello CulinaryCorps Friends, Last summer, we landed on the shores of Lake Sebago with a small binder of lesson plans and a big can-do attitude. We can create a pop-up outdoor cooking classroom using a speed rack, a wood burning oven and our imagination. We can teach toddlers to adults how to make dough, roll continue reading.
We think pictures really do say a thousand words; we also think that pictures of Camp Sunshine may just say a million. For a photo journey of our magical week, please click on the collage below. Many thanks to the incredibly talented AJ Cincotta-Eichenfield for taking such amazing shots throughout the week. Share this: