That all looks delicious.

She's gonna have to send your treats from here. She is coming here to head up the brand new Culinary Arts Building at the local college.
Central Virginia Community College will break ground on its new culinary arts school, a $2.4 million project aimed at meeting the growing need for trained chefs and food service managers.

The General Assembly appropriated $1.4 million for the project, a modern brick and glass building that will include classroom space and a teaching kitchen. Later this month, the Virginia Tobacco Commission will review a $250,000 grant proposal that would cover equipment costs.
Four years ago, a group of local business leaders approached CVCC about adding a culinary program, citing a lackluster employment pool for high-quality chefs and restaurant managers.

The executive chef from the country club, said that in six years of hiring experience, the majority of applicants had little more than fast-food experience. "We need more chefs who are trained to cook from scratch with fresh ingredients," he said.
The article is a year old, the building is up and ready to go, waiting for the right person.

Seriously, how can a true chef not know how to "cook from scratch with fresh ingredients"?

Last edited by ruralcurls; 06-28-2010 at 10:24 PM. Reason: misunderstood something