Aspiring chefs from across the U.S. compete for the top spot. More than 300 high school students from 43 states took part in a cooking and restaurant competition Downtown this weekend.
Students from all over Maryland put their chef skills to the test in downtown Baltimore on Tuesday.
Most kids just want to get their hands dirty. And what better way to let them do so than in a professional kitchen, supervised by culinary experts, learning a life-long skill that’ll also improve their self-confidence, math proficiency and cognitive abilities? Lucky for Baltimore, home of great eats throughout the Inner Harbor, downtown and Little Italy, as well as its own Culinary Arts Center, there are plenty of kids’ cooking lessons to choose from. And, lucky for parents … they get to sample the tasty
A private school in Baltimore that teaches cooking skills and hospitality management will merge with a Virginia-based institution, a move the school hopes will end questions over whether it can keep its accreditation.
Ten Baltimore area adults graduated from a new culinary program at the Maryland Food Bank Tuesday.
At Washington County Technical High School, students make and serve all the lunches.