The only way to truly have diverse cuisine, is to have diverse kitchens. So not just during Women's History Month, but all year long, we have to lift up women chefs and celebrate how much work they have put in to become what they are today - culinary forces to be reckoned with!
On February 11, 2020 CSCA proudly presented donation checks for $6,250 to Women’s Lunch Place and $6,250 to Community Cooks for a total donation of $12, 500!!! Thank you to the CSCA Community for all of your support!
Learning a new skill and bonding over your failures AND successes is truly a unique and wonderful experience, not to mention…it’s FUN!
Adam Simha is the Owner and Knife Maker at MKS Designs. We reached out to ask him about his journey and experience in the industry to date.
Melissa Lee graduated from the Certificate Pastry Program in 2014 and has been teaching for the last 3 years. We reached out to ask her about her journey and experience in the culinary industry to date.
Sean Leonard always wanted to be in the culinary world. He accepted a position at CSCA in 2000 managing the Recreational Program and grew the program to encompass all it is today!