Join us for an experiential cooking class focused on backcountry cooking taught by Chef Corso with MONTyBOCA. This class will take place outdoors at The Collective Seattle's patio, where you will have a chance to follow along and cook a meal with fresh ingredients. Check out details below!
Thursday, September 9th from 5:30-7:00pm
Tired of dry, salty and expensive packaged meals? Want to branch out to something else besides oatmeal and stroganoff? There’s got to be something better…
Come along as Chef Corso of MONTyBOCA shares quick, easy recipes and packing and equipment tips for cooking elevated meals in the backcountry with fresh, real ingredients.
You will learn:
• Which camp stove is the best for your trek
• Food packing & meal planning tips
• Hands on cooking, snacking and sharing
• How to clean a camp pot, and more!
All MONTyBOCA recipes are:
• 10 ingredients & ready in 30 min or less
• No pre-prep. No dehydrating
• As low as 4 oz per serving
• Use real, fresh ingredients
Please bring your camp stoves, camp gas, utensils and bowls. We will provide the food ingredients.
Please email Chef Corso directly if you need to borrow equipment for class -- note that there is limited availability.
We believe in reducing and/or removing all barriers to access to the outdoors. If finances are a barrier for you to attend this class, we have some scholarship tickets available. Please contact us directly for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
MONTyBOCA wants to get you excited about your camping and hiking meals. Fueled by 20+ years of experience, Chef Corso is creating the BEST trail-tested recipes, meal plans and cookbooks and providing a path for easy, fast and flavorful meals in amazing locations.
MONTyBOCA serves the camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and other outdoor communities looking to elevate their meals. The company is headquartered in Seattle, WA but all recipes are trail-tested all over the world.
The Collective Seattle is a diverse community of creators, thinkers and doers together under one dynamic roof, known as Basecamp. Spend a morning catching up on emails, host a colleague for a lunch meeting, sweat it out on the bouldering wall in the afternoon, then wrap your day over brews with a friend - the space is dedicated to supporting your daily needs and whims.
Activities and events serve as the social binder of Basecamp. These gatherings are strategically planned to generate dialogue, foster opportunities for collaboration, and encourage enjoyable interactions.