Culinary Students to Prepare Food for Upcoming Emmy Awards -- Kitchen Academy™ Hollywood

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Kitchen Academy, http://www.kitchenacademy.com, a new culinary school located in Hollywood, announces that their students will be preparing food for the 57th Emmy Awards that will take place on Sunday, Sept. 18.

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We’re pleased to work with Patina Catering in providing this service to the Emmys. It is an excellent way to stay involved with our community. It also provides our students a unique opportunity they would not receive in another market. Our approach is real world training and this represents the ultimate opportunity for a culinary student

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Hollywood, CA – September 15, 2005 - Kitchen Academy, http://www.kitchenacademy.com, a new culinary school located in Hollywood, announces that their students will be preparing food for the 57th Emmy Awards that will take place on Sunday, Sept. 18. The Emmy Awards recognize excellence within various areas of the television industry and are a symbol of peer recognition from over 12,000 members of the Academy.

Joachim Splichal's Patina Catering has commissioned Kitchen Academy’s students to assist in preparing several sophisticated dishes. Each menu will include vegetarian, fish and kosher alternatives for our guests’ dietary needs. The menu for the Governor's Ball on Sunday, September 18 at Shrine Auditorium includes:

-Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail with Avocado-Horseradish Cocktail Sauce

-Marinated Tomatoes on a Bed of Seaweed

-Filet of Beef Wellington with Pommes Duchesse and Timbale of Broccoli with Sauce Bordelaise

-Filet of John Dory with Caramelized Cauliflower and Haricots Verts and Sauce Grenoboise

-Crepe Duxelle with Sauce Mornay, Root Vegetables and Chesnuts followed with Peach Melba, Melba Gelee, Peach Panna Cotta and White Chocolate Ice Cream

"We’re pleased to work with Patina Catering in providing this service to the Emmys. It is an excellent way to stay involved with our community. It also provides our students a unique opportunity they would not receive in another market. Our approach is real world training and this represents the ultimate opportunity for a culinary student," says Chris Becker, Kitchen Academy’s founder.

About Kitchen Academy:    

Kitchen Academy, is a new culinary training program where students concentrate solely on hands-on cooking and baking skills in well-equipped, custom workstations and kitchens. The program has been designed by professional chefs and has been developed to allow students to earn their Professional Culinary Arts Diploma in as little as 30 instructional weeks. .Upon completion of the program, the graduate should be qualified to work in an entry-level position in the culinary or hospitality industries. Today the food industry is a $476 billion industry and is the largest employer next to the government, employing 12.2 million and growing.*

Kitchen Academy is located at 6370 West Sunset Blvd, Hollywood California at the corner of Ivar and Sunset and is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. Classes are offered in the morning, afternoon, and evening sessions. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. More information can be found at http://www.kitchenacademy.com or by calling 1-866-548-2223.

  • National Restaurant Association 2005 Restaurant Industry Forecast

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