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A six-person team from the Pastry Arts program at our Dallas Campus recently took part in the 10th annual Grapevine ChocolateFest, a charity event benefitting Travelers Aid of Dallas/Fort Worth. Click the headline link for details….
For an impressive third year in a row, our Dallas Pastry Arts students and chef-instructors walked away with multiple wins at the Grapevine ChocolateFest, a gathering held to benefit the Travelers Aid organization. Click the headline link to find out which awards our group won, and check out their award-winning entries!
Nothing puts you in the mood for the holidays quite like seeing an array of beautiful and delectably tempting gingerbread houses. And speaking of gingerbread, click the headline link to see what our Dallas Pastry Arts students have been up to, as they recently crafted and displayed their own impressive creations as part of a local merchants’ event….
Kudos to our Dallas Culinary Arts Program Chair and industry leader Chef Robert Bifulco, who has been invited to speak at the upcoming Leadership Conference sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education. Click the headline link to learn more about the conference and Chef Bifulco’s seminar….
“With every new class I teach, I learn from my students as much as they learn from me,” says new Pastry Arts Department Chair Chef Kate Schroeder, adding, “The wonderful thing about the culinary field is that people from all walks of life can be successful as long as they work hard and can be creative – and our students have proven that they can!” Click the article link to learn more about Chef Kate and her passion for pastry arts….
Our Dallas Pastry Arts diploma students have put their skills with treats and confectionaries to work once again. This time, their pastry training will benefit the Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Click the article link to see photos of the beautiful gingerbread house they put together for a good cause – and yes, everything in AND surrounding it is edible!