Tasty Prince Edward Island
A Visit to Foodie Heaven
"Toss everything you know about cooking classes – whether at a culinary academy or in a restaurant – out the window. Annie’s Table is a completely rehabbed church set up as a cooking studio. Proprietor Annie and Chef Norm preside over an atmosphere of serenity with the freshest ingredients on the planet at their disposal. There’s a sweet little vegetable and herb garden outside, and the purveyor of the island’s – and therefore the world’s – best oysters and mussels drops off some of his catch of the day before getting the rest to Toronto’s fanciest restaurants. Locally produced moonshines, wines and honey drops also make their way into recipes. The class is hands-on and cooks of all levels will pick up skills as well as flavor ideas."

Tamar Fleishman, Writer
San Diego Reader

Sally , Polly, Lynn & Susan.We had such a good time travelling Down Memory Lane at your beautiful studio. It was a memorable day to add to sweet memories of PEI. Thank you so much for giving such a quality event. We give you five stars all around!

Sally , Polly, Lynn & Susan.

On my first visit to Annie's Table, I walked up the couple of nondescript steps to the main level, turned the corner and suddenly all was transformed. I found myself in the most beautiful and engaging space I have ever been in … the foreground dominated by Annie's table where in several hours we would be engaging in lively conversation with Annie, Norm and their other guests while enjoying the results of all our creative efforts under Norm's engaging and enthusiastic tutelage … Annie and Norm have an amazing ability to engage their guests and draw them in to the experience … they have an innate knack of quickly making all guests very comfortable and engaging everyone in an amazing group experience … the setting is amazing, the huge open space of the lovingly restored church ….. the initial impression of the space is somewhat awe-inspiring and very comforting at the same time, with Annie's table in the centre of the main hall and Norm's teaching island serving as a natural hub of activity and transition into the large and well equipped kitchen … it felt incredibly comfortable and natural as a quest to move around and circulate from rolling out pie dough at the kitchen island to sitting in conversation at Annie's table

B. Harnois