“You won’t believe what I did at The Table!”

 The Table offers one-of-a-kind hands-on culinary experiences featuring Prince Edward Island foods and culture.  Our small classes of 6 to 10 people allow you to learn about different Island foods and to see first-hand how they are grown and harvested.  Whether we have live demonstrations in the Studio or take a trip to a farm, you will have an unforgettable and fun experience, getting your hands a little dirty, talking to locals and trying something new along the way.

 In each class, you will join our Chefs in the kitchen to create both understated and sophisticated culinary dishes using fresh local ingredients.  Classes offer something for everyone, from the novice to the expert cook, providing instruction on cooking techniques as well as the products being used.  You get to choose how involved you want to be, you can get right into things or stand back and learn. 

At the end of the class you will enjoy the dishes you have prepared with some freshly made bread and a glass of wine or beverage of your choice.  You will take home the recipes you made and pictures from the class to impress your family and friends with your new culinary skills and tales of your experiences on the Island.

 Check out the list of classes below to find the one for you!


Travel with us down inspiring PEI Heritage Roads to Old Towne Orchard where you will hand pick 3 varieties of delicious apples.  Then join our chef in the kitchen at The Table to create preserves and an apple braised pork dish you won’t soon forget!

4 hours | $90 plus tax


Artisan Bread

What is nicer than the smell of fresh bread?
 In this class, we will teach you the basics of breadmaking and how to make your own homemade loaves of artisan bread as well as one of The Table’s own Citrus Shallot Beet Loaf or Black Garlic Potato Bread.  Once you unlock the secret of artisan bread, you will be able to make a batch of dough that will last you through the week and allow you to make fresh bread every night for your family. You knead to try this one!

3 hours | $65/person + tax


Black Gold

One of the hidden culinary treasures of Prince Edward Island...

is the black garlic produced by Al Picketts of Eureka Garlic.  Black garlic is a type of cured garlic used in high-end cuisine that is versatile, unique and mouth-watering in its flavour. In this class, we will visit Eureka Garlic to learn about Al’s passion for garlic and how black garlic is made.  At The Table, you will create both sweet and savoury dishes using this black “gold” to create layers of flavour that will awaken your taste buds and spark your imagination.  


You will never see garlic the same again!

4 hours | $100/person + tax


Bounty of the Sea

Calling all seafood lovers!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to sear a scallop, debeard a mussel or crack a lobster with a butter knife?  Then this class is for you.  Located only minutes from New London Bay Harbour, The Table uses the freshest seafood you can find on the Island.  In this experience, we will use locally caught lobster, quahogs, mussels and fish to create a succulent and elegant seafood meal while teaching you about the different fisheries on the Island and the cooking techniques used to bring the bounty of the sea to our tables. 


Join us for this seafood feast!

4 hours | $110/person + tax


Canada 150 - A Taste of the Past

Canada is celebrating 150 years of greatness!

As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, join us as we take a step back in time to prepare a menu of traditional Island dishes and recipes from days-gone-by. 


In this class, we will visit the birthplace of Anne of Green Gables author L. M. Montgomery to see what life was like at the time of Confederation and then return to The Table where we will use locally grown organic vegetables, fresh meats and seafood to create our taste of the past.  Our journey through time is completed by dining on antique china and sharing Island stories with a local storyteller. 


Anyone for some raspberry cordial? 


4 hours | $100/person + tax


Charcuterie 101

Charcuterie 101
A perfectly prepared charcuterie board is a masterpiece of flavours and textures, an artistic selection of finely prepared dried and fermented meats. In this class you will meet local Chef, Farmer and Slaughterman, Jordan Liantzakis, owner of Papia Papa Free Range Duck Farm and PEI Charcuterie. Jordan will guide us through the fundamentals of making fine charcuterie using Free Range Heritage Breed Pork. He will teach us about butchering and preparing meat for charcuterie, and instruct us on the basic principles of fermentation and air drying.  Afterward, you will enjoy a lunch of charcuterie and cheese paired with local Island beer. 

This is a pioneering one-of-kind class on Prince Edward Island, allowing you to gain hands-on experience in the specialized and refined process of making charcuterie.  

Sharpen up your culinary skills with Charcuterie 101!

3.5 hours | $100 +tax


Farm to Table


 In this class, we will head out to a local organic farm to meet Island farmers and discover what treasures are in season beneath the red dirt fields.  You will definitely want to dress “for the farm” as you will be getting your hands (and knees) dirty as you pick the vegetables that will form the foundation of our meal.  We will then head back to The Table where you will create a culinary masterpiece with our chefs using your freshly harvested ingredients.  

Taste the freshness!


4 hours | $100/person + tax


Field to Fork

Meet the local farmers who contribute to your evening meal.


Prince Edward Island has been called the "Million Acre Farm."  Local free range meats and organic vegetables abound. Join our chef as we travel though beautiful rolling countryside to meet the producers of a fire-roasted dinner prepared exclusively for you.
You'll start off helping make artisan bread featuring locally grown black garlic and then head out to visit grower Al Picketts where you'll learn how he creates this rare bulb. The vegetables for dinner will all come from Sandy MacKay's organic farm just minutes from The Table and then just down the road is Hope River Farm where Nancy & Ken Sanderson raise free range sheep. Their lamb will form the centrepiece of your dinner. Before we get back, we'll pop into Green Gables Oysters to see where tonight's appetizer comes from. 
Back at The Table enjoy a glass of wine or beer as you join Chef Roark MacKinnon around the fire pit as he explains how he's roasting your meal. When everything is ready, you'll sit down around the giant harvest table and savour dinner sourced from within 20 kilometres of where you're sitting. 


The Table is proud to be partnering with Experience PEI and the Culinary Adventure Co. for this experience.  Please contact Experience PEI to book your Field to Fork experience

$175 per person +HST
* min 4 ppl *

2:00pm to 8:00pm

August 3, 17 and 31
September 12, 14, 21 and 28


Hive to Table

Did you know one of every three bites of food we eat is a result of pollinators like honey bees? That's just how important bees are to the cycle of foods we feed our families.  In this class, we will visit local Beekeeper and Environmentalist, Sharon Labchuk in Stanley Bridge for a tour of her bee hives. She will teach us about the vital role bees play in Island agriculture, what beekeeping is all about and how honey is harvested. We will then take our fresh honey back to The Table where you will work with our Chefs to create unique and tasty dishes and treats that will tantalize your taste buds.  You have to taste it to bee-lieve it!

4 hours | $100 +tax


Loving Lavender


Known for it’s soothing scent and vibrant colour, lavender is a beautiful, aromatic and versatile plant.  In this class, we will visit a local lavender grower in Stanley Bridge to see her lavender fields in full bloom.  She will share her passion for growing this fragrant plant with us and teach us the different uses for lavender and how it can be cultivated.  Back at The Table you will learn how to incorporate lavender to make culinary treats that will delight your family and friends. 


The kitchen never smelled so sweet!

4 hours | $90 + tax


Mussel Madness

Prince Edward Island is a world leader in the production of mussels. 

Did you know that mussels are grown in "socks" hung on ropes under water and take 18 to 24 months to grow?  Really, they do.  In this class, you will learn about the mussel industry and hear about the cultivation cycle from beginning to end. We will explore different ways of preparing mussels and create some mouth-watering mussel dishes using fresh local ingredients. 
You’ll want to check out these mussels!

4 hours | $100/person + tax


Oyster Obsession

The shucking truth about oysters.
 Oysters grown and harvested in the waters of Price Edward Island are among the best you will ever taste.  In this class, we will be joined by local Island aquaculturalist George Dowdle who will teach us all about oyster and quahog farming. 
You will get to experience a “day in the life” of an aquaculturalist by visiting George’s oyster farm and taking part in some of the daily tasks of farming oysters and quahogs.  You will get to taste oysters taken straight from the water and learn how to shuck your very own oysters and quahogs.  We will then use your fresh catch to prepare delicious culinary delights back at The Table. 
This is a true sea to table experience you won’t want to miss!

4 hours | $110/person + tax


Say Cheese!

Don’t be sheepish – learn to cook with sheep’s milk cheese! 


In this class, we will travel to Isle Saint-Jean Farm in North Rustico, where farmers Gabriel and Deirdre will take us on a tour of their family farm and explain all about dairy sheep farming and the cheese making process.  You will learn all about the sheep’s milk grilling cheese they produce before heading back to The Table to create some beautiful dishes using this wonderful mild salty cheese and other seasonal Island produce, meat and fish. 


A barn to table experience you won’t soon forget!


4 hours | $100 +tax



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