Few restaurateurs or chefs can find success without some background in culinary education. Total Food Service gets the scoop on the latest Culinary Education news including new programs, classes, seminars, and events, as well as exclusive interviews with alumni from different culinary education institutions.
Jennifer Edwards is the Assistant Retail Manager of Dominique Ansel Bakery, leading a front-of-house team at Chef Dominique Ansel’s celebrated flagship bakery in the Soho section of Manhattan.
Sampling Stephanie’s recent creations at an event, Susan Robbins, C-CAP’s President, noted, “Stephanie has tremendous talent and for those who don’t recognize women as Gods of the Food Industry, they should stop by the Ritz Carlton Central Park to see this rising star.”
On January 12th, Daniel Boulud hosted the C-CAP Culinary Competition at his restaurant Café Boulud to determine the lucky young chef who would receive a full-tuition scholarship to study at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France.
Originally from Dakar, Senegal, Executive Pastry Chef Mame Sow studied in a C-CAP program at New York’s Park West High School (now Food and Finance High School) and ultimately garnered a full-tuition scholarship to the celebrated French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center) through C-CAP’s Cooking Competition for Scholarships.
Normally we don’t focus on Newsmakers outside of Metro New York, but C-CAP Grad & Wine Director, Carlton McCoy is an exception.
Former Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Dick Parsons and Restaurateur and Executive Chef Alexander Smalls to be Honored
Former Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Dick Parsons and Restaurateur and Executive Chef Alexander Smalls will be honored on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 at Chelsea Piers’ Pier Sixty at the Annual Benefit for Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), which is celebrating its 25th anniversary of transforming lives through the culinary arts.
International Association of Culinary Professionals names ICC's Dorothy Cann Hamilton Entrepreneur/Business Person of the Year. Founder and CEO Hamilton to Launch "Drinks with Dorothy," a New Educational Conference Series
Kingsborough Community College Welcomes City High School Students For C-CAP Winter Chefs Hands-On Culinary Experience
During the coldest days in February, Kingsborough Community College warmly welcomed students on-campus from high schools throughout the five boroughs for Winter Chefs, a week-long, hands-on culinary experience in partnership with the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), Kingsborough Community College, and College Now.
Anyone who has had a mentor will tell you that it changes your life; sometimes in ways you never imagined.
On Tuesday, March 4, 2014, Chef Michael White was honored in front of 800 guests at the annual Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) grand tasting benefit. C-CAP’s culinary event showcases cuisine from an all-star lineup of New York City’s hottest chefs and restaurateurs, such as Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Bryce Shuman and Drew Nieporent as well as C-CAP alumni chefs, including “baker to the stars” Thiago Silva of The General, to raise funds to support scholarships, education and career opportunities for disadvantaged youth pursuing careers in the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Thinking of opening a restaurant or food business? The International Culinary Center (ICC) in Manhattan has a course that can help you do just that.
The International Culinary Center (ICC) in Manhattan is offering “Up Your Game,” for graduates of culinary school or people who have been in the industry one to three years.
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