Taste The Culinary Future Of Cullman Every Thursday

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Taste The Culinary Future Of Cullman Every Thursday

Taste The Culinary Future Of Cullman Every Thursday

Culinary students at the Cullman Area Technology Academy showcase their skills every Thursday. Only $7.

Did you know that you can sample the culinary future of Cullman every Thursday at the Cullman Area Technology Academy (CATA)? You can.

Every Thursday during the school year, the rising star young chefs and budding career culinary students at CATA create a tasty, ever-changing luncheon menu they make available to the general public.

The menu changes each week; this week it consists of the following delectable items:

★ Broccoli Salad
★ Sirloin Tip Beef Stew
★ Cornbread
★ Strawberry Pie
★ Tea

The cost is only $7.

The Culinary Arts Lunch Menu is served between 11 am and 12:45 pm each Thursday.

CATA’s Culinary Arts program is located at 17640 US Highway 31 North, Cullman, AL 35058.

Many of these students will undoubtedly enter Cullman-area food service organizations and restaurants upon their graduation. As a result, you can sample the future tastes of Cullman today.

In this interview and kitchen tour with Culinary Counselor Diane Barnett and CATA Principal Billy Troutman, you can see firsthand what goes on behind the scenes in the Culinary Kitchen:

Culinary Arts – Cullman Area Technology Academy

Taste The Culinary Future Of Cullman Every Thursday

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Originally from Asheville, NC, Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com and/or (256) 615-8260.

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