A healthy appetite will do. And your desire to unmask the identity of or be a sly murder suspect.
The OCC Culinary Studies Institute invites you to its “Clue” themed dinner–of board game and film fame–at 6 p.m., April 16, 2015, on the third floor of Tirrell Hall/J Building at the Orchard Ridge Campus.
Foods and elixirs will be evidence in a mad-capped search to unmask a true culprit. In addition, thrilling entertainment will help incriminate a suspect once and for all.
The evening of sleuthing features a delicious five-course meal with wine pairings, as well as a cocktail hour with specialty hors d’oeuvres.
Assume a pseudonym to protect your identity if you so wish, or pose as your favorite character to deflect suspicion from fellow dining detectives.
Reservations are required. Tickets are $55 a person with a $5 discount for current students. Tickets may be ordered using this form https://oaklandcc.edu/Culinary/CulinaryEventsSchedule.pdf or visiting http://www.eventbrite.com/e/clue-culinary-studies-institute-dinner-tickets-12610491319. For more information, call (248) 522-3700.
About CSI: As southeast Michigan’s premier hospitality school, OCC’s Culinary Studies Institute has been preparing aspiring chefs for careers in the food and beverage industry for decades. Culinary Arts, the largest of the Institute’s programs, provides extensive classroom and hands-on experience with award-winning chefs and staff. CSI students receive extensive instruction in kitchen labs cooking and baking. The school offers specialized training in wine and spirits and in ice carving, featuring seven-time ice carving national championship teams. In addition, students organize top-notch events such as the annual Wassail Feast and run the Ridgewood Café and Reflections Restaurant on the Orchard Ridge Campus. The school’s alumni include successful and highly decorated entrepreneurs and executive and pastry chefs at some of the country’s most prestigious clubs and dining establishments. To learn more, visit us here.