Camp Au Sable chef and team continue their online cooking show

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Food can change lives. It can heal, injure, make or deteriorate the health of anyone.

On this premise, the collaborative efforts of Camp Cuisine, a food ministry operated at Camp Au Sable by celebrity chef Miguel Larcher, and 13th Street Seventh-day Adventist Church in Cadillac, Michigan, have paid off: an online cooking show, titled “Home Cooking with Chef Miguel Larcher”.

The cooking show was introduced out of necessity. Pastor Robert Benson, pastor of 13th Street Church, was considering hosting a cooking class at his church and inviting the surrounding community to attend. But with the number of COVID-19 cases increasing in northern Michigan in early 2021, Benson was concerned about planning for in-person events. With that in mind, Benson approached Chef Miguel Larcher, director of food services at Camp Au Sable, with the concept of an online cooking class. With Larcher on board, they launched their first season of “Home Cooking” in February.

The protests, held monthly, were well received by many across Michigan. Viewers come from across the region and even Canada. Notably, several people from the local community of Grayling and Cadillac also connected. Benson exclaimed. Each show features a different dish and a focus on health, and features hands-on health talks by student nurse practitioner Nadine Larcher during the kitchen intermission. “It’s always exciting to see what we’re doing each month! says Emily Graham, co-host and cooking student. “We always have a lot of fun doing this, and we hope our viewers enjoy it as well.”

After a short summer hiatus, the show returned to live production for its second season on September 7. “We are really happy to be back! Larcher said, a sentiment that was echoed by the rest of the production team as well. They’ve planned breakfast classes for the first few episodes of this season, such as Larcher’s famous Scrambled Tofu, Rosemary Roasted Potatoes, and more. You can find more information about Camp Cuisine or watch previous episodes of “Home Cooking” by visiting their website, www.campcuisine.org. You can also find them on YouTube and Facebook. Their next live episode is scheduled for October 12 at 6:30 p.m. EDT. “We hope you will join us! “

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