Seattle Culinary Academy through its all-star faculty provides dedicated students with a foundation of culinary, baking and pastry skills.
Since opening our doors over sixty years ago, the Seattle Culinary Academy has prepared over 5,000 students for successful culinary careers.
We believe that an innovative learning environment that integrates sustainability throughout the educational experience and fosters industry partnerships prepares our students for excellence and success.
Our talented and progressive faculty is committed to quality education enhanced by creativity and a full understanding of the needs of the food industry. Learning is experiential and provides students with the “hands on” practice they need to excel in their chosen program – Culinary Arts or Specialty Desserts & Breads.
The Seattle Culinary Academy resides at the intersection of some of the most important issues in our world today – health and the environment. Food is intrinsically linked to health and environmental wellness and chefs play a critical role in defining our relationship to food. Our program is shaped by the understanding that our students are preparing to play an important role in many aspects of our lives.
Programs are fully accredited by the American Culinary Federation.
Last night's Earth-To-Dinner 2 Climate Discussion was a terrific success and we look forward to sharing highlights over the next few days. To begin a thank you to @Liz Fikejs, Conservation Manager at Seattle Public Utilities working to reduce food waste long before it hits the compost bin. This 3 minute video really drives the need home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5i-dCv7O8o
Alex's Issue Brief: http://www.foodpolicy.umn.edu/sites/foodpolicy.umn.edu/files/food-loss-waste.pdf Thanks to the Food Policy Research Center (FPRC) at the ...
Live from Seattle Culinary Academy in partnership with ISB, Earth to Dinner 2: Community Conversations on Climate Change.
A quick shout out to Locus Wines who will be providing guests at the Earth to Dinner 2 event, tomorrow night, with specifically selected pours to enjoy with their dinner! Locus Wines produces wines from varietals that best showcase their native climate and soil. Check them out!
Entomo Farms - The Future of Food - The planet's most sustainable super-food! Cricket flour cookies are part of our Earth-to-Dinner climate discussion. Tomorrow night. We still have 8 seats available. Check it out here. https://www.systemsbiology.org/earth-dinner-isb/
When you wish upon a star... You just might get your own bakery! Seattle Culinary student Quynh La Walton graduated a year ago and began working at Sugar Bakery. Shortly thereafter the owner turned to her exemplary employee and suggested she buy the bakery. As of January, Quynh is now the proprietor of this lovely little cafe on Madison Ave. In her own words, "I always wanted to own my own business, I'm living the American dream!". Quynh, moved from Vietnam 8 years ago. Her energy and enthusiasm are infectious. This little cafe is worth searching out - a homemade marshmallow is included with every cup of hot chocolate! Quyhn says, "Everything is made from scratch daily, just like we did at school!" Personally we recommend the signature lemon crunch cookies but everything we've tried was fantastic. What a difference a year makes from culinary school to "Star Sugar Baker"!
We're one week away from hosting the Earth to Dinner 2, Climate Discussion with an absolutely inspired climate aware menu designed by our own faculty superstar Chef Karen Jurgensen and executed by the enrolled students of Seattle Culinary Academy.
Climate Dinner Menu
January 12th, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Uni Butter & Black Trumpet Toasts
Three Sisters Tamales w/ Roasted Sage Farm Lamb, Coffee Flour Mole
Nitrogen Fixing Legume Salad
Braised Greens, Miso Sunflower Seed Crunch
Assorted Coffee Flour & Cricket Flour Cookies
Check out the featured speakers and make reservations!
This post was created just as first quarter student Christine Gronseth was heading into winter break. An interesting reflection on indulgence, will power and resolve! Culinary school, temptation is everywhere! http://wp.seattlecentral.edu/seattle-culinary-academy/2017/01/02/week-9-indulgence/
wp.seattlecentral.edu Week Nine: Indulgence Indulgence Ahh Fall, what a lovely time of year. I skip through most of the year suppressing my sweet tooth and sugar’s primal control over my willpower. Then on Halloween night, with good intentions of buying candy for the neighborhood ghouls, I trip on a wire of candy necklac...
Happy New Year from SCA. Interested in Culinary School? Could this be you? Captured mid-December, at the end of their first quarter of culinary school, these students are feeling motivated to continue their journey. Interested in learning more, check us out! http://wp.seattlecentral.edu/seattle-culinary-academy/
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