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Wednesday, February 14, 2018, at the River Oaks Country Club we attended one of the most romantic nights of the year in Houston. Champagne & Chocolat Gala is organized every year by Marie Lenotre, Founder and President of the Gaston Lenôtre Scholarship, and is the most glamorous, fun, and delicious party of the year…(Read More)

As you may know, according to the Texas Workforce Commission, CIL has the best employment rate amongst culinary schools in Texas and entertains strong ties to leaders in the industry and alumni who are excelling in foodservice. TOP 20 EMPLOYERS  (TO HIRE OUR STUDENTS) The Westin (The Woodlands) Marriott Resort & Convention Center (The Woodlands…(Read More)

Today at CIL, we had the pleasure to welcome students from different high schools to participate in our Annual Chopped Competition!  Our alumni Sherwin Laday, Beatrice McDaniel Watts, Alyssa LeBlanc, Andrew Rosales,  and our student Angelique Gonzalez were the judges for this tasty contest!  The competition took place in two different heats. The students had…(Read More)

January 25, 2018 After graduating from CIL in 2010, Lisa Ryan went back to Australia and created MakingMeals. The organization offers cooking classes in Melbourne that focus on making good, wholesome meals from seasonal, easily available ingredients. Most of the time, Lisa teaches retired men to cook at a community center, something they’re interested…(Read More)

Our Alumna Janelle Toh was competing for the 2018 Edition of Pastry Queen in Sigep Rimini! Have a look at her wonderful sculpture! The industry event, which sits within the wider gelato, confectionery and bakery exhibition, is now in its fourth edition and saw 12 of the best pastry chefs in the world compete for…(Read More)

January 22, 2018 Paul Bocuse, perhaps the most well-known contemporary French chef, passed away last Saturday at the age of 91. Monsieur Paul, as so many used to call him, was among the key figures in the creation of French nouvelle cuisine. Bocuse began cooking when he was 15 and won his first Michelin…(Read More)