Media Advisory - George Brown chef school instructors to host nutritious meal preparation seminars for agency assisted drop-in cooks



    
    George Brown College teams up with Daily Bread Food Bank and the City of
    Toronto to raise nutrition awareness
    

    TORONTO, April 23 /CNW/ - On Friday, April 24, the George Brown Centre
for Hospitality & Culinary Arts, in conjunction with the Daily Bread Food Bank
and the City of Toronto, will be hosting seminars on nutritious meal planning
and preparation for cooks working in the city's drop-in shelters. Twenty-six
agencies from across Toronto will be sending their drop-in cooks to learn four
basic recipes from some of the College's best culinary instructors.

    
    What:   George Brown College Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts
            Shelter Cooks

            In conjunction with Daily Bread Food Bank and the City of
            Toronto, George Brown College to host nutritious meal planning
            and preparation seminars for the city's drop-in shelter cooks.

    When:   Friday, April 24
            8:30am - 3:30pm

    Where:  George Brown Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts
            300 Adelaide St. East, Toronto
            The following labs will be in use: Rooms 112, B37, B38, B39

    Who:    The following will be available for interviews throughout the
            event:

            Brenda Pipitone, Director, Community Partnerships Office, George
            Brown College
            Stephen Field, Instructor, George Brown Centre for Hospitality &
            Culinary Arts
            Maureen Tracey, Daily Bread Food Bank
            Sarah Vogelzang, Nutrition Coordinator, City of Toronto
            Cooks from 26 of the cities drop-in shelters
    

    About George Brown College

    With nine out of 10 graduates getting jobs within six months of
graduation, Toronto's George Brown College has established a reputation for
equipping students with the skills, industry experience and credentials to
pursue the careers of their choice. From its three main campuses located
across the downtown core, George Brown offers more than 150 programs across a
wide variety of professions. Students can earn diplomas, post-graduate
certificates, industry accreditations, apprenticeships and four-year bachelor
degrees. More than 20,000 students attend the College (full-time equivalent)
with about 65,000 registered with the George Brown College School of
Continuing Education. For more information, please visit www.georgebrown.ca.





For further information:

For further information: Paul Zanettos, George Brown College, Mobile:
(416) 893-5435, pzanetto@georgebrown.ca


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