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The Culinary Arts Program will create an awareness of opportunities within the vast area of the Food Service Industry. All graduates of the program will have a strong foundation in the basics of food preparation, safety and restaurant operating procedures which will enable graduates to secure food service careers adhering to industry standards.



       As a result of the education process in the Culinary Arts 1 program,              
students will:

  • Demonstrate safe work habits with small tools, small equipment and stationary food service equipment

  • Practice personal hygiene and food safety

  • Basic cooking methods in Breakfast Cookery

  • Identify the Standards, Regulations and Laws associated with the food service industry

  • To develop basic knife skills and measuring skills

  • Food Identification

  • Basic cooking methods in the area of stocks and sauces and soups

  • Basic cooking methods in the area of Pasta and Grains

  • Team Building

  • Restaurant Service





Brunch at the 

Bristol Township Senior Center

So Much Fun!!!!

         Instructor- Scott Saunders                                                                                                           Instructional Facilitator- Michelle Epperson

 Below you will see week #15 preparation and packaging of foods for our local Seniors.Week 15 brings our total to 600 meals made packaged and delivered to local Seniors this year.

We are Very!!! Proud of our students volunteers!!!!!

​Great Job!!!!


Culinary Arts 1   

2018-2019


 News & Events
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"Brunch for the Senior's"

On Tuesday April 9th the Students did a fantastic job serving the wonderful Senior Citizens of the Bristol Township Senior Center

Click on our Rotation #12 Picture link above and for addition pictures go to

https://www.facebook.com/BristolSeniors

and scroll down mid page

After the Spring Break concludes we will be in testing mode; Keystone's and NOCTI Testing will begin

Our Next Event will be Brunch at the 

Neshaminy Senior Center on Monday May 6th