Midwest Culinary Institute Presents 1 Night 12 Kitchens
Cincinnati, OH – The Midwest Culinary Institute’s 4th annual scholarship fundraising event 1 Night 12 Kitchens will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, April 27 at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. The annual culinary event features generous tastings of signature appetizers, main courses and desserts prepared by Cincinnati’s top local chefs in Cincinnati State’s 12 state-of-the-art teaching kitchens.
This year’s event features the following local chefs:
· Sarah Wagner, Barresi’s Italian Restaurant
· Paendin Yongkanaysin, Beluga
· David Falk & Jono Fries, Boca Restaurant Group
· Shawn McCoy, Brown Dog Café
· Marilyn Harris, Cooking with Marilyn
· Yajan Upadhyaya, Cumin
· David Cook, Daveed’s at 934
· Renee Schuler, Eat Well
· Cole Arimes, Embers
· Sean Daly, Hugo
· Chris Burns & Jared Whalen, Jean-Robert French Restaurant Group
· Jimmy Gibson, Jeff Ruby Entertainment Group
· Brian Whisman, Kroger
· Paul Sturkey, Mesh
· Jon Corcoran & Chad Smith, Mitchell’s Fish Market
· Julie Francis, Nectar
· Cristian Pietoso, Nicola’s and Via Vite
· Todd Kelly, Orchids at Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
· Kathleen Kessler, Orchids at Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
· Marc Trottier, Ovations Food Service at the Duke Energy Center
· Thom Milliken, The Polo Grille
· Chris Prince, Primavista
· Anne Kearney, Rue Dumaine
· Travis Maier, Seny
· Matt Winterrowd, The Summit at Midwest Culinary Institute
· Mark Eggerding, U.S. Food Service
1 Night 12 Kitchens offers two levels of admission. For the $150 per person VIP admission, guests receive food and wine sampling, kitchen tours, exclusive tasting stations, a private reception with area chefs and a souvenir apron. For the $80 per person general admission, guests receive food and wine sampling and kitchen tours. To purchase tickets, please call 513-562-2777 or visit www.cincinnatimagazine.com.
About Cincinnati State
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College offers more than 75 associate degree programs and more than 40 certificate programs in business technologies, health and public safety, engineering technologies, humanity and sciences and information technologies. Some 14,000 students are enrolled annually at Cincinnati State in credit and non-credit classes. Cincinnati State has a 93% graduate placement rate within 3 months of graduating, and its students have a 91% pass rate on required licensing and registry exams.
Cincinnati State has the largest co-op program among two-year colleges in the United States, placing students in such major companies as Procter & Gamble, General Electric, Disney World, 5/3 Bank and the Health Alliance. For information on Cincinnati State visit www.GoAHeadGetThere.com.