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SUNY culinary teacher honored

SUNY Cobleskill Chef David Campbell, left, talks with culinary arts student Meghan Junior in Chaplim Hall Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
SUNY Cobleskill Chef David Campbell, left, talks with culinary arts student Meghan Junior in Chaplim Hall Wednesday.
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For SUNY Cobleskill chef-instructor Dave Campbell, passion is the most important ingredient to become successful in the culinary business. “Cooking is not that hard if you really love what you’re doing,” he said. “I just want the students to be passionate about it. It’s too many hours not to be passionate. Who wants to work 80 hours a week if you don’t love what you’re doing?” Campbell’s ability to convey that passion to his students ...


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