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Hot meals, sweet treats: Clark College students get hands-on training in culinary arts

By Rachel Pinsky, Columbian freelance food writer
Published: October 13, 2023, 6:02am
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Clark College's McClaskey Culinary Institute recently served banh xeo, left. Clark College's McClaskey Culinary Institute offers a grab-and-go case with treats like lemon tartlets and eclairs.
Clark College's McClaskey Culinary Institute recently served banh xeo, left. Clark College's McClaskey Culinary Institute offers a grab-and-go case with treats like lemon tartlets and eclairs. (Photos by Rachel Pinsky) Photo Gallery

Clark College’s culinary program dates back to 1958. In 2017, the Tod and Maxine McClaskey Family Foundation gave the program $4 million to upgrade the program with state-of-the-art teaching and dining spaces. In addition to creating physical spaces for the program, Clark College updated its cuisine management and baking and pastry programs to prepare students to work in the food industry.

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Columbian freelance food writer