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The Culinary School of Fort Worth has a passion for promoting the local food and beverage scene in Fort Worth. This podcast and blog site was created by the school as an avenue to showcase the many great restaurateurs and business minds in the area while also providing a learning tool for future chefs. We thank you for joining us on this journey into the minds of the people who make Fort Worth great.

What is a Chef?

What is a Chef?

On this week's episode, Chefs Maddie Sharp and Edward Gutierrez from The Culinary School of Fort Worth join the podcast to answer the question "what is a chef?" and to have a discussion about all of the different roles in the kitchen.

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Ginger Blazek of Zenzero

Ginger Blazek of Zenzero

On this week's episode, Ginger Blazek (Zenzero) joined the podcast to talk about deciding to change careers and shift her focus to the culinary industry. She talked about how her restaurant is a reflection of her home life, her love for pastry from a young age, her...

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Alumni Spotlight: Monte Berry

Alumni Spotlight: Monte Berry

Monte Berry, a graduate from the Culinary School of Fort Worth in 2017, got his start in the culinary industry because he was looking for something new in his life. After graduating high school in 2014, Berry decided that he was going to work at his grandmother’s...

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CSFTW Alumna Starts A Scholarship Program

CSFTW Alumna Starts A Scholarship Program

CSFTW Alumna Karen Davison featured on EINPresswire. News provided by Karen V. Davison, Professional Chef/Culinary Blogger. The Karen V. Davison Scholarship Program will offer one scholarship of $1,000 and two additional scholarships of $500 each PLANO, TEXAS, UNITED...

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