Culinary2022-04-27T13:57:45-05:00

About Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment

Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment is an employment training and placement center designed to prepare adult students for employment in a variety of food industry settings, including commercial and institutional kitchens, restaurants, cafes, and cafeterias.

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If you are interested in pursuing a career in the food industry and are able to commit to a short, intensive five-day training program that will provide a solid foundation in culinary techniques and application, professional kitchen safety and sanitation, and basic knife skills to prepare for a job, please express your interest in registering for our next, free co-hort. We specialize in small classes with individualized attention in both the hands-on culinary training and job placement process. Also, check out our other course options, including Barista Basics.

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Allie’s Coffee Spot has Grand Opening at Allie’s Place with the Completion of First Barista Cohort

Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment just introduced a 3-day Barista training program where students gain real world experience at the conclusion of the course by operating a live pop-up coffee shop on site: Allie’s Coffee Spot. Throughout the course, students learn about the entire life cycle of a coffee bean, from cultivation through processing and roasting and on to the brewing process. They

Allie’s Coffee Spot has Grand Opening at Allie’s Place with the Completion of First Barista Cohort

Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment just introduced a 3-day Barista training program where students gain real world experience at the conclusion of the course by operating a live pop-up coffee shop on site: Allie’s Coffee Spot. Throughout the course, students learn about the entire life cycle of a coffee bean, from cultivation through processing and roasting and on to the brewing process. They are introduced to latte art and leave the program with the tools to be a successful barista. The first barista cohort, that took the course in March, spent the first two days learning espresso care and maintenance, mastering the intricacies of classic coffee

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