Utah's Culinary Command is a six-week program that prepares veterans and active military for restaurant, hotel and food-service jobs. The program teaches veterans how to survive — and thrive — in a professional kitchen. Class starts each day at 7 a.m. and continues late into the evening. Culinary Command Training uses the popular "Learn How to Cook (and eat your mistakes)!" 15-segment DVD series as the basis for its curriculum. Lessons range from knife skills and sautéing to preparing classic sauces to grilling and baking. The veterans pay no fees as the program operates entirely on donations. The next session runs Aug. 15 - Sept. 24. For more information and to apply, visit the Culinary Command website.
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