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SCCC students keep traditional family recipes — and stories behind them — going

Mema’s sausage stuffing was prepared by second year SCCC culinary student Heather Chestnut, left, and Italian anise cookies by first year SCCC student Victoria Colozza.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Mema’s sausage stuffing was prepared by second year SCCC culinary student Heather Chestnut, left, and Italian anise cookies by first year SCCC student Victoria Colozza.
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Every Thanksgiving, Victoria Colozza remembers anise extract — and Eva. Heather Chestnut remembers sausage — and Mary. The two student chefs at Schenectady County Community College prepare family recipes every November and December. For Colozza, currently in her first year of culinary training, the family favorite is anise cookies. Chestnut, a second year student, cooks “Mema’s Sausage Stuffing.” Partners in cookies “Usually around Thanksgiving is when we start our cookie baking for the holidays and ...


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