culinary institute of america
CIA students will gain valuable experience, networking, and scholarship opportunities thanks to Food Dreams, an exclusive partnership between The Culinary Institute of America and famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten...Through Food Dreams, select students will be mentored by the Jean-Georges team, have the chance to extern at one of Chef Vongerichten’s properties, and receive needed scholarships.
Is it a trail that can be exploited in France to enable restaurants to find staff more easily? Because the great schools - Ferrandi, Paul Bocuse Institute ... - have a cost that can be prohibitive. Some leaders are already devising alternative solutions to facilitate recruitment but none has gone so far. Food Dreams, perhaps an example to follow or, at least, to rethink in French fashion.
downtown magazine, nyc
“I was pleased to be invited to the launch of the Food Dreams foundation. It’s very rare to have a world renowned chef and two of his children reach success in the culinary industry. Not just a success for their individual talent, but success for their charitable contribution and work,” said Capobianco. She added: “The Vongerichtens are an undiminished force in the culinary industry.”
french morning, nyc
It's a family affair. Surrounded by his children Louise and Cédric, Jean-Georges Vongerichten launched Food Dreams, a foundation intended to help those who dream of walking in the footsteps of the famous French chef.
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