(PRWEB) January 16, 2014
From fine dining to local cafes; we need chefs. Culinary education is growing at a rapid pace. There are several schools that focus on the art of cooking and teaching students how to prepare various cuisines. With today's world rapidly expanding, many culinary schools have broadened their core classes. Rather than experience a quick lesson on how to prepare food, students have the option to pick and choose from many culinary career courses.
A new "Leading Edge" program will go over culinary education trends, and what they mean for prospective students. Some of these trends include food media studies, traditional cooking class, and wine and beverage as an art form. These culinary classes are hands on and give students the real life skills they need to succeed in the culinary field; Jimmy Johnson will dig deep into why this type of education is critical for future industry professionals.
Leading Edge featured host Jimmy Johnson takes education seriously, and this segment will communicate this enthusiasm. If you are preparing for a future in the culinary industry grab a pen, paper and tune in to the Leading Edge featured broadcast.
The Leading Edge series is distributed to Public Television stations throughout the United States and is not distributed through PBS. Please visit Leading Edge official website at http://www.leadingedgeseries.com or email the producers at info(at)leadingedgeseries(dot)com for information.