The Next Generation

  • Future Chefs™ is a privately-funded, school to career program working with high school culinary arts students in the Greater Boston area.

    Future Chefs’ mission is to prepare motivated youth for high quality early employment and post secondary educational opportunities in the culinary field.

    Future Chefs™ uses a youth development model in which youth participate in planning, leading and evaluating their program. Students earn scholarships and apprenticeships for post-secondary training. Young participants develop a career plan and receive coaching through caring and supportive relationships with educators, staff and industry mentors. To donate to Future Chefs, click here.

Search

« Grow. Kale. Eat. (Recipe: Spicy Fideos) | Main | A Dairy Thankgiving (Recipe: Wild Rice Pancakes) »

October 30, 2009

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a0133ec938c24970b0134801581cf970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference An Exercise in Love (Recipe: Pan Seared Halibut with Cider Reduction and Roasted Vegetables):

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

W(?)W

We keep kosher, and most of our friends and extended family do not, and I can attest to how wonderful and amazing and refreshing and sweet (Ill stop now) it is when people go out of their way to accomodate us. We know its a lot to ask, and we know how to take care of our own food in all sorts of situations, but not to have to, especially when we know others are going out of their way for our benefit, means so, so much. I do want to caution you about immersing your dishes in free-flowing water... you might want to check with your sister, but according to what Ive been taught this is a seperate, EXTRA step that you do not have to do in order for her to eat in your kitchen, and it cannot replace actually kashering (boiling). Shalom!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Drop in & Decorate