Chef's Table Cooking Classes

Cooking Class
The Pasfield House Kitchen Chef’s Table is unique to Springfield, The bistro style venue is perfect for Springfield’s Best Chefs and aspiring chefs to demonstrate recipes and techniques. Professional chefs interact with those who love observing or participating in food preparation. Individuals and businesses often use the commercial facility for entertaining. Those who enjoy fine cuisine and the art of cooking will appreciate the ability of Pasfield House to select the perfect chef specializing in the type of food fare you wish to serve guests.

Cooking Class Participants
In the past few years the Pasfield House has had the best local chefs prepare food for elegant affairs. Pasfield House Innkeeper Tony Leone hopes the Chef’s Table will be utilized by celebrity chefs as well as those who are destined to become celebrities. Whether he references the Cooking Classes where friends are made, a private gathering of associates or just friends, Leone hopes the Pasfield House Kitchen Chef’s Table will be the place to celebrate good food, good friends and good times.

The fully stocked commercial kitchen is anchored by a six-burner Vulcan gas stove, granite countertops, commercial-grade exhaust system and highest quality cooking utensils. A separate, full size commercial prep-kitchen is adjacent, and a wine cellar which accommodates dinner for two. The chefs kitchen has six tables with seating for 20 friends. Cooking Classes range from 10 to 16 depending on the amount of hands on participation expected.

The Chef’s Table is appealing to the eye. It has high-end commercial features mixed with an ambiance that has everyone observing an eclectic array of culinary bric-a-brac. The multi height seating assures no one's view is obstructive. The bistro atmosphere is inviting and relaxing, making the gathering a fun time together.

“We’re celebrating all the chefs of Springfield,” Leone proclaims. The Pasfield House does not have a permanent chef and does not intend to hire one. Leone is developing a detailed listing of just the right chef for any occasion. Leone hopes some would-be chefs will develop culinary skills from attending the many cooking class that are held at the Pasfield House and seize the opportunity to demonstrate their culinary skills to their friends and associates.

Starting out with the successful Lincoln Land Community College Cooking Class Program, Leone hopes to expand the Pasfield House Kitchen operation greatly, since all America is seriously focusing on the preparation of good food. Leone has had several articles published, including Dishing Up Cooking Classes at B & B Inns.