Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Cooks up Kid’s Cooking Classes
As if there is not already enough to do in Beaver Creek in the winter. Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa is stepping up a notch with teen and kids cooking classes.
The team from the hotel announced and sampled the new offering at the Hyatt in Downtown Denver last week. A gathering of writers and their children were treated to a Halloween and fall themed menu in which the kids were the chefs. They were instructed by Executive Chef Christian Apetz. The menu was well thought-out with the kids in mind – as desserts and yummy sweet drinks were made before the main entrees.
The menu included: Candy Corn Drinks (the flavors and colors made it look just like a candy corn, orange slice on the bottom, orange drink and whip cream and candy corn on top), Granola – which the kids got to mix and choose which nuts and fruits they put in, Root Beer floats served with home-made ice cream and dry ice so they smoked and foamed over, S’mores Hot Choclate with the rims served with chocolate and graham cracker crumbles and a torched marshmallow (they make their own marshmallows at the kitchen of the hotel), flat-bread pizza, corn breaded shrimp and tater tots with an amazing dipping sauce.
Beaver Creek ski area opens on November 21st, be sure to pan the family friendly vacation at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa. The hotel is located at the base of the ski area with true ski-in ski-out access. The culinary team at 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill located in the hotel will offer the weekly complimentary cooking classes which will include themes like gourmet pizza making, sushi rolling, mocktails, and lessons on how to make barista style coffees at home.