Here is a collection of articles from various resources that feature the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies program.
San Francisco’s Culinary Scene is Ripe with Talent from City College
Nov. 6, 2013 | KQED's Bay Area Bites: Culinary Rants and Raves rna an excellent article about the impact of CCSF's Culinary prpogram on the food industry in San Francisco in support of the college keeping its accreditation...."this unusual combination of high quality instruction for an affordable price is in jeopardy."
Hungry for Success! Ect. Fall 2012
Alumni are among the city’s leading culinary entrepreneurs!
The owners of Nopa restaurant, Bi-Rite Market, and Cowgirl Creamery have helped define the Bay Area’s culinary reputation for more than a decade. All three — Jeff Hanak, Sam Mogannam and Sue Conley — got their start at City College.
Perhaps no one is more aware of the contribution that the college makes to education and the local economy.
Fast Recipes interview with Department Chair Tannis
The City College of San Francisco offers a Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Program with a strong emphasis on hands on experience. The program boasts low tuition costs and a strong presence of graduates in the San Francisco culinary arts and hospitality industry. We interviewed the Department Chair, Tannis Reinhertz, about the advantages of the program.
ABC 7 Interview with Executive Chef Instructor Keith
Tips for healthy and economical meals
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Putting a healthy meal on the dinner table may not have to cost as much as you think. 7 On Your Side has some money saving tips.
It's possible to save money and still eat well at the dinner table. We have five ways to save money from Keith Hammerich, the executive chef instructor at City College of San Francisco.
CAHS Named Highlight #38 on 49-Mile SF Chronicle
From City Currents:
Where is the most interesting culinary destination in the outer Ocean Avenue area?
It’s the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Services Program at City College, according to the food editors at the San Francisco Chronicle, who chose it as Highlight 38 on their new SF Food Tour, which celebrates the character, depth, and diversity of food establishiments of San Francisco.