Join us for this in-person class to learn how induction cooking works and try your hand at cooking with electromagnets! with Rupert Spies and Guillermo Metz
See how much you can do with a very affordable single-burner induction cooktop. Rupert and Guillermo will show you how induction works -- you'll be able to test out the superior power and control of induction and see how easily it can do things like boil water and melt chocolate, without burning it!
This is an in-person class -- masks are no longer required by CCETC based on guidance from the Tompkins County Health Department, but they are still encouraged.
Rupert Spies has decades of experience in professional kitchens, including 30 years at Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, where he taught courses ranging from Restaurant Management to a Seminar in Cultures and Cuisines. Early in his career, he apprenticed and worked as a chef and manager in numerous restaurants in Germany and abroad, ranging from a Michelin-starred restaurant to large-scale university food service operations.
Guillermo Metz is the Energy & Climate Change Team Leader at CCETC where he leads outreach and education efforts that give people the tools they need to reduce their energy use and convert to renewable sources of energy.
To register, please call or e-mail Guillermo Metz, Energy Team Leader, at 607-272-2292, x185 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about induction cooking at: http://ccetompkins.org/energy/induction-cooking
Brought to you by Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County, HeatSmart Tompkins, and Mothers Out Front.
Energy Team Leader
(607) 272-2292 ext. 185
CCE-Tompkins Education Center
615 Willow Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850-3555
Last updated September 18, 2022