Culinard News from Birmingham, Mobile and Savannah

Oct 24, 2014

B-Metro Magazine article cover featuring Chef Antony Osborne.

Chef Antony Osborne, Dean of Culinard, was recently featured in the October edition of the Birmingham-based magazine, B-Metro. Photography for the article was taken by Jeff Rease, an ECA marketing team member.

Shrimp Festival participants, Sarah Gaither and Chef Carl Tilley.

Sarah Gaither, a Culinary student at Culinard, the Culinary Institute of Virginia College in Mobile, assisted Kitchen on George executive chef Carl Tilley prepare his renowned Shrimp Jambalaya Pasta at this year’s National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores, Ala. Other students from the Virginia College culinary program also took part in the event.

Taylor Washington and Curtis Washington earn their red hats of distinction for their 4.0 GPA.

Amberley Rowe-Stewart, Program Director of Savannah’s Culinard program, reports that Taylor Washington and Curtis Washington earned red hats of distinction for their 4.0 GPA at the recent Summer Term Awards Ceremony.

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