Park City Culinary Institute Blog

Culinary Career Spotlight: Becoming a Pastry Chef

Arguably the hottest culinary career today, the role of the pastry chef has evolved substantially over the last decade. Once relegated to a remote corner of the restaurant kitchen, pastry chefs now take on many of the culinary superstar roles formerly reserved for executive chefs. Today, pastry chefs are opening their own businesses — bakeries, food trucks and more. And it looks like

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Culinary Schools Launching Food Truck CaQreers

When you’re cooking from a truck, you don’t have to wait for customers to find you — you go where they are instead. Whether you seek out customers at arts festivals, sporting events or downtown on a Saturday night, you have the option of working when and where you want to, as often as you like. And with lower overhead,

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Former Parkite returns to teach culinary classes with head chef.

Former Parkite returns to teach culinary classes with head chef. Park Record – Mar 2013 The two established Local Mission Eatery in San Francisco Scott Iwasaki, The Park Record Posted: 03/19/2013 04:34:14 PM MDT Chef Jake DeVoinges, who with former Parkite Yaron Milgrom, established the Local Mission Eatery… Three years ago, Yaron Milgrom and chef Jake Des Voignes established the

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Park City Culinary Institute Mentioned on

With more than 100 restaurants and a diverse set of food and beverage tours, festivals and education opportunities, this celebrated four-season resort just 30 minutes from Salt Lake City also has its culinary chops down. “Park City offers a plethora of dining options,” says Carolyn Creek-McCallister, meetings and conventions national sales manager for the Park City Chamber of Commerce and

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PCCI Featured in City Weekly

May 27, 2014 Ski Town Cooking School Laurie Moldawer, who trained in the culinary arts at Le Cordon Blue in Paris, has launched a culinary school in Park City. The Park City Culinary Institute ( will offer an eight-week, 160-credit-hour professional certificate program requiring no previous experience. “Most culinary schools take longer and are more expensive,” Moldawer says. “We’re offering

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PCCI Featured in SLC Foodie

As many head to the hills for fine dining experiences, now Park City also offers training for those seeking to further their cooking skills. The Park City Culinary Institute is located in Deer Valley, one of the country’s most acclaimed Ski Resorts, known for it’s culinary offerings. The certificate program includes 8 weeks (160 hours) of non-traditional training, from bread baking to

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