Mitchell Hall And The Growth Of Culinary School
A new culinary arts center has opened at Columbus State Community College in an 80,000-square-foot building that will include a culinary theater, teaching kitchens, and also house a restaurant and bakery cafe.
But Mitchell Hall -- named for lead donor and restaurant mogul Cameron Mitchell -- is more than just a wanna-be chef’s dream; it reflects a growing interest in the culinary trades as a profession.
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- Chef James Taylor, Department Chair for Hospitality Programs at Columbus State Community College, member of the Board of the American Culinary Federation Columbus Chapter
- Spencer Hoffman, Graduate Instructor, Les Cheneaux Culinary School in Hessel, Michigan
- Steve Zagor, Lead Instructor of Restaurant & Culinary Management, Institute of Culinary Education in New York