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Introduction to Cooking Over a Fire

With Jean-Philippe Leclerc, experiment with open-fire cooking techniques and learn from a professional. In this outdoor laboratory, you will learn how to prepare your  fire and use  different types of wood. You handle the basic equipment, while cooking on a high performance cast iron brazier and managing your setup with particular attention to safety.   

Duration: 4 hours   

Dates : June 10-11   /  2 workshops per day:  [Lunch - 8am to 12am]   [Dinner - 1pm to 6pm]

Lunch: $124,95 (tx incl.) + fees   ///   Dinner: $144,95 (tx incl.) + fees
*Participants must be 12 years of age or older. 



Lunch Menu

Deer Burger Dinner

Caramelized onions with maple syrup and balsam fir

Sautéed mushrooms and old cheddar

Spring salad

Dinner Menu

Venison sirloin with boreal chimichurri sauce

 Sauté of wild mushrooms

Fiddleheads and ratte potatoes

Course Details

In groups of 4 people, you share a cooking station stocked with all the necessary tools.

You prepare a complete meal in tandem with the chef, who suggests various cooking techniques and flavour combinations. Everything culminates with a forest feast that you have cooked and baked yourself.

Groups of 3 or less will be paired with other participants.

Arrive 45 minutes before the start of your workshop. On site, present yourself at the reception with your ticket and join the cooking site.

Water will be available. There will also be a bar featuring local products.

You will need:

  • Comfortable outdoor clothing suitable for the weather. Remember to protect your legs from ticks, ragweed and other allergens.

  • Shoes suitable for walking in the forest.  

  • Notebook and pencil (optional).

  • Photos may be taken, but no videos are allowed.



This activity takes place rain or shine. Our team will make sure everyone is comfortable. 

No refunds will be issued.

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