The International Culinary Arts and Sciences Institute, ICASI, will once again host the Recipe for Success scholarship dinner on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 6:00 pm. This will be an evening of fun and fantastic food dedicated to raising funds for the ICASI Scholarship Fund, Inc., an independent non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that provides scholarship awards for deserving current and incoming culinary and pastry students. Since 2010, the ICASI Scholarship Fund, Inc. has distributed over 25 tuition grants to students pursuing their dreams of establishing culinary and pastry careers. That evening, we will have a raffle for a Trip to Italy for two. Take a culinary journey with Loretta Paganini on our Harvest Tour: September 12-21, 2019. The 8 night tour to Piedmont, Liguria & Tuscany regions are a once in a lifetime trip. This is a $12,000 value. You do not have to be present to win but hope you will be able to join us that evening and help make this event a success.
The cost of the raffle ticket is $100 each and can be purchased at LPSC by calling 440-729-1110. Purchase a raffle ticket today and help students achieve their dream goal of becoming a chef. Proceeds benefit the ICASI Scholarship Fund and its mission to providing scholarship funds to students seeking a career in the Culinary and Pastry Arts.
Thank you in advance for your support.
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While our Thanksgiving dinners are trussed up in American traditions, Christmas leaves a little wiggle room for overseas adventure. If you aren't already wedded to your usual ham, fish or another turkey, anything goes – as long as it sparkles. Add an ethnic twist – let's say Italian – and you can plunge into the colorful, flavorful feasts of another culture. And so it went in a recent demonstration class given by Loretta Paganini, the Bologna-born founder of a Chesterland cooking school bearing her name, and, more recently, her professional academy, ICASI, one of only a handful of schools in Ohio offering professional certification...
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