27 Dec
2019

Area students earn culinary kudos

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2“Remember their names because you will see them in bright lights; they’ll be the Wolfgang Pucks of the next era,” Cutler said. Other winners from the Valley include: Erica Contreras of Sylmar High School, $24,500 to attend Kendall College in Chicago; Alexander Granados of Chatsworth High School, $22,000 to attend the New England Culinary Institute; Yvonne Guerra of Monroe High School, $12,100 to attend the Restaurant School in Philadelphia plus a $1,000 C-CAP scholarship; Loan Nguyen of Chatsworth High School, $8,000 to attend the New England Culinary Institute plus a $1,000 C-CAP scholarship; Ricardo Aguayo of Monroe High School, $8,000 to attend the New England Culinary Institute plus a $1,000 C-CAP scholarship; Rosanna Rodriguez of Sylmar High School, a $3,500 scholarship to attend Westlake Culinary Institute plus a $1,000 C-CAP scholarship; Vynessa Morales of San Fernando High School, $3,255 to attend Chef Eric’s Culinary Classroom and Chefs Inc., both in Los Angeles; and Christopher Higa of Chatsworth High School, $1,500 scholarship to Glendale Community College plus $255 for classes at Chefs Inc. lisa.sodders@dailynews.com (818) 713-3663 Two San Fernando Valley high school students have been awarded full-tuition scholarships to two of America’s top culinary arts programs. Luis de Santiago of Sylmar High School was awarded a $43,000 scholarship to attend The Art Institute of California and Jeffrey Louis Jones of Van Nuys High School was awarded a $42,000 scholarship to attend the Culinary Institute of America. De Santiago and Jones were just two of the culinary students honored Monday at the Careers through Culinary Arts Program awards banquet at the Four Seasons Hotel. A total of $346,000 in scholarships was given to 26 students, who competed in a culinary cook-off Friday at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. Mitzie Cutler, Los Angeles program director for C-CAP, said the judges were “blown away” by the talent of the students, who have been training with top area chefs. last_img read more

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11 Aug
2019

What would Bruce Arians be doing if he wasnt coac

first_imgWhat would Bruce Arians be doing if he wasn’t coaching the Arizona Cardinals?He’d still be teaching and coaching…albeit at a different level. The reigning NFL Coach of the Year who has guided the Cardinals to 21 wins in his first two seasons at the helm would be running P.E. and coaching football in high school.But that’s not all he’d be doing.Can’t picture it? No worries, the Arizona Cardinals are doing that for you in the first episode of Bruce’s Scoops. And suffice to say the Cardinals are pleased with Arians’ actual choice of careers. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories center_img 0 Comments   Share   What if @BruceArians never got into coaching?Find out in the first episode of Bruce Scoops.https://t.co/EFx0PlaJWl— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) September 8, 2015 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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