Do you have a flare for cooking, baking or cake decorating? 

The 4-H Foods & Entertaining Projects might just be for you!

 

Foods Projects

  • 4-H PEI offers a number of food projects which provide opportunities to learn about food preparation & nutrition.

  • The food projects will also encourage members to explore proper table, etiquette, accurate measuring techniques & food presevation.

  • The food series begins with a basic introduction to foods & nutrition (Food & You - Level I) followed by the four food groups, exploring foods from across Canada and even microwave cooking!

Available Categories 

Foods & Entertaining

Cake Decorating Projects

**2019 - Member Guides are now updated and revised. Please do not use outdated member guides. 

When requesting project book orders, please give staff advance notice to prepare your order.

You can also contact your 4-H Specialist or the 4-H PEI Office for assistance!

Be your own cake boss!! Explore the world of cake decorating with one of 4-H PEI`s Cake Decorating projects. You can plan to learn the basics in decorating and build on your skills eventually learning to work with royal icing roses and fondant figurines. 

Additional Resource Material (available upon request)

Please check with the 4-H Specialist in your area for additional resource material on any of the Foods & Entertaining Projects

4-H PEI

40 Enman Cresent, Suite 235

PO Box 2000, Charlottetown PE, C1A 7N8

Phone: 902-368-4833

Email: pei4h@pei4h.ca

Website: www.pei4h.ca

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