The FOOD ARTS program at Dunedin Fine Art Center is operated in our NEW 1400 sq.ft. teaching kitchen! Join one of DFAC's professional chefs for a creative FOOD EXPERIENCE!
Masks are required. Food Arts classes are hands-on unless specified as a demonstration. Students work together in groups with instruction from a professional chef to create delicious dishes! Please be prepared to stand for most of the class (up to 90 minutes). Please wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes and tie back long hair. DFAC provides aprons for students to use during class.
We understand that there are a number of people with allergies to certain foods. DFAC’s recipes are developed using common cooking and baking ingredients that may or may not be specified in the menu titles or descriptions. This includes various fruits and vegetables, nuts, meats, spices, wheat flours, etc. Please also know that we have one kitchen, and a variety of food items may come in contact with each other. While we will try to accommodate you to the best of our ability, please understand that our chefs spend weeks preparing their menus and logistics for their classes, and it is very difficult for them to change their plan at the last minute. For that reason, adjustments to recipes cannot be made during class. If you have a specific food allergy, please call us at least one week before class and we would be happy to see if there are any possibilities to accommodate you.
Adult Workshops - Food Arts Schedule