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SCCC culinary students taste success

A server carries a tray of orders in the Casola Dining Room on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A server carries a tray of orders in the Casola Dining Room on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
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Onions and meat were over fire. Scott Holub was under pressure. The 33-year-old student chef from Loudonville stir-fried beef in a black wok. He tolerated the smoke and clatter of a busy kitchen and helped fellow chefs prepare dinner plates at Schenectady County Community College. “I need two beef and two chicken, like yesterday,” said Kevin Kea, 22, of Glenville, sous-chef — second in command — for the noisy culinary classroom. Holub stayed on the ...


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robbump
April 29, 2013
6:18 p.m.

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The college should do something about their Casola "employees" (students in uniform, whether waitstaff or kitchen) smoking on the front "portico" of the college. Not only is that area NOT a designated smoking area, but it just looks like hell when the "staff" are enjoying a smoke break in front of a restaurant ... especially when it's a supposedly swanky restaurant.

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