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Hospitality Students Learn Alongside Visiting Chef


In assembly-line fashion, students plate duck and pumpkin pie Schimoler demonstrates his plate design to Darnell Bungy Kimberly Caputzal drizzles an apple-cider reduction over gingered apple croustade William 'Brady' West observes the thickness to which he will carve lamb Chef Steve Schimoler, owner and chef of Crop Bistro and Bar in Cleveland, traveled to Penn College’s School of Hospitality last week to work with students as they preparedFriday evening’sVisiting Chef Dinner, which raises funds for scholarships. During his stay, Schimoler, who is known for his inventiveness, also offered a lecture to students on “culinology.”

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