culinary training

Rachel Cohen/Boise State Public Radio

The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is accepting applications for its first professional cooking program that will begin in September.

 

Idaho Press

Life's Kitchen offers an opportunity for at-risk youths in the Treasure Valley to develop independence and self-sufficiency by teaching culinary skills, offering mentorship programs and internship and job placement. The organization is celebrating its 15th year and on Tuesday, Idaho Matters will be joined by the Treasure Valley nonprofit's executive director and a graduate of the program.

On The Tuesday, October 9, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Oct 8, 2018

  • Life's Kitchen trains at-risk youths while serving delicious food.
  • The changing climate is having an impact on Idaho's winter sports industry.
  • A visit to the Goblin planet.
  • Idaho's manufactured products on display at the Made Here! Expo.