A Behind the Scenes Glimpse of Experts in Action
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a professional kitchen? Are you passionate about creating beautiful dishes or mouthwatering desserts? If you answered yes, Sullivan University’s College of Hospitality Studies has an event that is just for you!
Sullivan University’s “Chef Shadow” is an opportunity for prospective students to shadow experts in the hospitality field. Starting this fall Chef Shadow is now being offered monthly in an interactive, virtual setting!
Students will virtually spend a morning in the kitchens with our chefs and learn new culinary or baking and pastry skills, get a live Q&A with an Admissions Advisor, as well as a tour of the campus. All students that register for the event will get the recipe guide emailed to them ahead of time, so they can have their ingredients ready to go and be able to interact with the chef and other students live while making their dish!
Join Chef Shadow virtually every 2nd Friday of the month starting this Fall 2020!
The dish for our February 12 Chef Shadow event will be SOUPS! Learn everything about soup making to help warm you up during these cold winter months. Chef John Foster of our Lexington campus will be our featured chef in February. Chef Foster is an award winning chef. Originally from upstate New York, he went to college in Maine, then cooked in New York City, before finally settling in the Bluegrass region. He has brought farm to table dining to Lexington and has advocated for local farmers and growers for years. Chef Foster is the chair of the culinary program at Sullivan University's Lexington campus and writes a weekly food blog for kyforward.com.