"Behind The Scenes", Hosted by James Earl Jones for Public Television, to Develop a New Segment on Culinary Education

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A new generation of chefs are being introduced to food through culinary education.

Host James Earl Jones is bringing viewers more information about nearly every industry in America, and will soon introduce a new piece designed to give an overview of culinary education today. When the Food Network first began, it didn't expect to spark such a cultural phenomena that has inspired so many people to become both home and professional chefs everywhere. Learn more about how the business has affected the US as a whole.

There has been a sea-change in the way consumers look at food, from sustainable cooking practices to the farm-to-table moment. Many culinary institutions are utilizing these platforms to help provide students with the tools to succeed in the competitive food market. It can potentially give creative people a new medium to express their talents, and it's improved the quality of lives one bite at a time. Viewers will learn about the people drawn to culinary education and how cooking classes have helped people find careers that they love.

Flavors, fusion and fun make culinary education exciting to many, but it's also made a booming business for entrepreneurs and food enthusiasts of all kinds.

PBS and APT do not produce BTS, as the segments are all independently produced and distributed.

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