December 11, 2013
Neil Baxter, Chef de Cuisine.
37th Season: May 23 to September 20, 2014.
November 8, 2012
WEEKEND COOKING CLASSES, 2013:
- April 5th to April 7th
- April 12th to April 14th
- April 19th to April 21st
- April 26th to April 28th
- May 3rd to May 5th
- May 10th to May 12th
Rundles Weekend Cooking Classes – located within Rundles restaurant in the heart of the city of Stratford, Ontario – provide a unique culinary experience for those interested in hands on cooking under the guidance of one of our country’s most celebrated chefs, Neil Baxter.
The weekend cooking classes are aimed to be of interest to individuals, or, small groups, at all skill levels. The only prerequisite is interest.
Friday Evening: 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday Morning: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Saturday Evening: 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday Morning: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Dinners begin at 8:00 p.m., and lunches begin at noon.
$410.00 person + tax. (A deposit of $200.00 is required when making a reservation.)
Non-participant fee is $200.00 + tax. (We encourage spouses to partners to attend the “meals” as a way to be part of the weekend – but, from the sidelines. Some partners have found that it is nice to share the cooking and the eating.)
Gift certificates are available.
For more info, please visit: www.rundlesrestaurant.com/NBweekend.html
September 30, 2012
Rundles is now closed for the season. Thanks to everyone who dined with us this past summer, our 35th year in Stratford. We will reopen again sometime in late May, or, early June, 2013.
The Rundles Team
June 29, 2012
March 8, 2012
This past summer, I discovered an excellent source of local heirloom dried beans, from one of my favourite producers at the Stratford Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, Laurie Neubrand, owner of Neubrand Country Produce. Laurie’s beans are excellent – delicious as can be. If interested in purchasing dried beans from Laurie, or, other unique vegetables and fruits, here’s how to get in touch:
NEUBRAND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Line 49, #6584
R.R.#2, Monkton, Ontario
Here are the 18 different varieties of dried beans I purchased from her most recently:
#1: Pepa de Zapallo, a.k.a., Tiger Eye.
#2: Minnesota 1940’s.
#3: Jesse Fisk.
#5: White Marrow.
#6: Blue Grey Tepary.
#7: Dutch Brown.
#8: Light Brown Zebra.
#10: Taylor Horticultural.
#11: Jacob’s Cattle.
#12: Hidatsa Red.
#13: Great Northern.
#14: Littlefield’s Special.
#15: John’s Bean.
#16: Light Red Kidney.
#18: Milta Black Tepary.