MILWAUKEE, WI – Bolzano Artisan Meats School Of Butchering And Charcuterie is proud to announce that they are now offering classes expressly for teens.
With the number of high school culinary competition teams growing, kids becoming more interested in complex, traditional ways of foodmaking, and the rising interest in local sustainable animal farming, these classes promise to fulfill a growing need for quality, specialty meat processing education for youth that is in extremely short supply.
Co-owner Scott Buer says “Any young person interested in culinary arts, food science, or food in general will greatly benefit from our unique classes. These classes are not taught by hobbyists, but by our team with experience both in inspected meat processing, and highly trained and educated in high school level teaching methods and theories.”
The classes for teens are actual hands-on classes, that will incorporate knife skills, food safety and meat science principles, along with the history of meat processing and farming. These special teens-only classes will allow for a class environment that is more conducive to learning, and will feature more structure, and more educational components than the school’s standard classes.
The company’s website www.bolzanomeats.com is being constantly updated to include the growing list of classes for the general public and for teenagers, and will include hog lamb, goat, and poultry butchering classes, plus classes on sausage making, curing, smoking, and drying.
The school is also available for private classes for school groups, and can travel to schools to do classes on-site.