Where Young Chefs Train

Posted by Emily Wiley on 09/15, 2010 at 10:49 PM

Culinary Arts Students. Photo Credit Emily Wiley.

The culinary arts program at Penn College in Williamsport offers a unique hands-on teaching environment for aspiring chefs. Students not only learn to slice, dice, and chop, they learn to be gracious hosts in Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. Join Emily Wiley in the kitchen and at the table for a gourmet meal prepared with local ingredients.

Listen to the audio story and view a slideshow of photos.

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Bio: WPSU Multimedia Producer | Wife and Mother | Lover of Food and Photography | One-Half of The Culinary Couple


Posted by Lance Smith
09/19 at 10:17 AM
Fort Worth, TX

Great article, photos and radio segment!  Thank you all so much for helping to make our wedding very memorable.  It would have not been the same with out the support of Penn College.  Thanks Emily for such amazing photos and great words about the school and the achievements they are making.  Thanks again!


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10/05 at 08:49 PM
Penn College

Very nicely done.  It was great to be back in the kitchen with my friend Lance and be part of his wedding weekend.  We are all proud of Kim and Lance’s accomplishments.

Thanks for your interest in what we are doing here at Pen College Emily

Chef Mike

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