Just wanted to share my good news

Joined Jul 31, 2000
:) Well friends after a few days of negotiations, I signed on today as a Chef Instructor at The Conn Center for Culinary Arts. I will start April 19th when the new Module begins, and my first class will be teaching Classical French Cuisine and it's history. I am very excited and thank you all for your beautiful words of encouragement.

I have not been this excited in many years

Baruch ben Rueven / Chana

"If the sun refused to shine, I will still be lovin you. Mountians crumble to the sea, it will still be you and me"
Joined Jul 3, 2002
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I am SO happy for you! But I'm even happier for your future students. They are very lucky indeed. This is SO exciting! What wonderful news!
I'll drink a toast to you tonight, my friend. :D
Joined Aug 4, 2000
There's nothing like teaching. And that first day of class: overlooking a room full of wide-eye cabbage heads with freshly washed faces into which you instill your own knowledge and experience and transform them into cognizant human beings. You, YOU have control.
Joined Jul 24, 2001
Hey people can you imagine how lucky those guys are???? Having cape chef teaching them French Cooking?? Well Brad French cooking is so you I am so glad and envious of your students. :) Break your leg.
Joined Jul 31, 2000
Thanks all,

I can't wait to start.

Hey, I was thinking about keeping a journal and posting about my experience as a teacher.We have had a couple great journals from students, how about from an instructors perspective? Suzanne, Can you help me with my spelling? :eek:
Joined Dec 12, 2000
Congrats CC !!. I wish you nothing but the best of luck with your new position. Have fun. :)
Joined Sep 8, 2003
I was entertaining the notion of returning to school, but kokopuffs changed all that with the cabbage head comment :eek:

Congratulations, CC! I look forward hearing more about your job and experiences at the school.
Joined Apr 28, 2003
Joined May 1, 2001
Considering how much I've learned just from reading your posts here, your future students are very lucky.


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Joined Nov 20, 2000
Very cool :cool: Brad, very cool! I am elated for you, I know how much you wanted to do this. I really couldn't be happier for you. You really are the embodiment of knowledge in your field and the love you have for it will no doubt be transferred to your students. Don't worry about the spelling, you're not teaching English! :D
Best wishes and great fortune L'Chayim :beer:
Joined Dec 8, 1999
Congratulations, Brad! I love the journal idea; as you said, it's a whole new perspective (both for students and prospective teachers) and I don't know that it's been done before on any food website. It'd be a great addition to the front page, but start anytime you want in the forums.
Joined Sep 21, 2001
Congratulations. Cape Chef! After reading your posts here for the last few years I can't think of or have met someone more qualified than you to give to your students something so often missing from but in great need of in young culinary students. A clue. Thanks in advance and again thank you from your students' future potential employers.
Joined Jul 31, 2000
Dear Peachcreek,

Those words mean a lot to me coming from someone like you.
I have always felt that you are truely grounded in our buisness and are very bright and thoughtful.Would love to have my students work for a pro like you
Joined Nov 29, 2001
I so envy you, not only being able to cook but being able to create and share the culinary arts with eager minds! Keep us posted and don't be afraid to share a recipe (or three).
Joined Aug 11, 2000
Too wonderful!!! You've wanted this for so long I'm glad that your dream is coming to fruition. I'd love to hear about your experiences in the classroom.
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