At The Culinary School of Fort Worth, you will find all the ingredients you need to start your culinary journey. Guided by our professional chef instructors, we take into accountability your passions, interests, and goals to help you find success in the culinary industry and pursue your culinary passion.
Friends & Family Events
The experience you get here is not one you can find anywhere else. I’ve talked to people that have attended other culinary schools, and I think I got the best there is.
I would highly recommend this school. It’s not a ‘chef factory.’ Here things are more personal.
The fact that you don’t have to choose between savory and pastry was a huge selling point for me. I really wanted to be able to immerse myself in the food world.
Friends & Family Events
Students organize and lead three different styles of events where they can invite their friends and family. They plan everything from menu choices, food costing, cooking methods, and much more!
Behind the scenes of our student led event Friends & Family.
Students prepare a whole menu that includes the preperation of a trio, a frozen dessert, and a cake.
Students organize a buffet style event to learn how to control quantity production and the use of proper cooking methods.
Students learn how to time manage and execute hard skilled techniques for a high volume event.
Students get to enrich and expand their knowledge in the food service industry by visiting different aspects of the industry.
Café Modern, led by Executive Chef Jett Mora, provides warm hospitality, creative cuisine and seasonal menus rooted in Texas ingredients to guests. The menus feature comfort food with global influences and a beverage program showcasing local spirits.
Tarrant Area Food Bank was founded in 1982 by a group of Fort Worth residents concerned about hunger in their community. It is now the primary source of donated food for hunger-relief charities and feeding programs in Tarrant and 12 surrounding counties, serving 1,000,000 meals each week.
Volunteering provides social interactions outside of the normal routine and is proven to improve brain function and increase mental health. Volunteering is also a great way to network with local industry leaders. Opportunities that you never thought would be possible become open.
First Friday at the modern
Students volunteer at the Café Modern to ssell tasty light bites in the museum’s Grand Lobby from 5 to 8 pm the first Friday of a month.
The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival celebrate some of their favorite brunch spots. Students have the opportunity to network with local industry chefs.
The Culinary Studio
CSFTW hostes culinary classes for the community. One class is offered on one Saturday every other month. Each class is designed to focus on different subjects.
Student competitions accomplish several objectives. It helps to apply coursework experience, build team communication, group leadership skills, and discover individual abilities.
A group of our students compete against local Fort Worth chefs at a Mac & Cheese cook off.
To celebrate Constitution Day, each year students compete in a hot dog/corn dog duo competition.
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