Trusted Partners

World Association of Chefs Societies (“WORLDCHEFS”) is a global network of chefs associations founded in 1928 at the Sorbonne in Paris. Today, this global body has over 100 official member chefs associations that represent more than 8 million professionals worldwide. Chef Works is proud of its Global Partner status with World Chefs.

Learn more at www.worldchefs.org.


We believe that there is a place for almost everyone in the world of food. New School of Cooking has been offering its unique, hands-on classes in Culver City, California for 15 years and is widely considered to be the finest artisan cooking school in Southern California. Small class size and and an incredibly talented faculty are the foundation of that success.

Learn more at www.newschoolofcooking.com.


With 150+ years of combined fabrication and metal work experience, Oilfield Slang is committed to producing top-notch, custom, industrial-grade furnishings for both residential and commercial venues. We are based out of New Orleans, LA. All materials, new and old, are locally sourced and made in the USA. Each item is built to order, allowing us the ability to modify and customize accordingly to suit specific needs of our clients.

Find out more at www.oilfieldslang.com.


DeGustibus Experience an evening like no other at De Gustibus Cooking School by Miele as you watch celebrated chefs, sommeliers and noted cookbook authors live on stage cooking extraordinary dishes, paired with amazing wines. Our guest chefs are the crème de la crème who demonstrate complete menus, hosted by owner Salvatore Rizzo. We emphasize the techniques of fine cooking while staying on the cutting edge of culinary trends, featuring only the finest ingredients, the freshest products from local markets, all seasoned to perfection. We offer a large selection of culinary demonstration classes, wine focused classes, hands-on and on-location.

Learn more at www.degustibusnyc.com.


FCCLA_Logo Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.

Visit us at: www.co-store.com/fccla.


UrbanLife Tables consists of young adult interns that are learning every aspect of the food and hospitality industry in a safe and encouraging environment. Our end goal is to resource our graduates with businesses we’ve partnered with and/or hire them directly back into our training program as staff.

Find out more at: www.urbanlifetables.org/


C-CAP is a national non-profit that transforms lives of underserved students through the culinary arts and prepares them for college and careers in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Since being founded in 1990 by Richard Grausman, renowned cookbook author and culinary educator, C-CAP has awarded $50 million in scholarships and has provided job training and internships, college and lifetime career support, teacher training and product and equipment donations to classrooms. C-CAP works with over 17,000 students nationwide. Through C-CAP’s efforts, a large percentage of its students find rewarding careers in the foodservice and hospitality industry with many alumni, now graduates of top culinary schools, working in leading restaurants and hotels throughout the country.

For more information, visit www.ccapinc.org.


PHOTOG-ROB

photography by
Rob Forsythe

Rob Forsythe is a San Diego based freelance photographer specializing in culinary and event photography.

Connect with Rob on social media:
Facebook: @PhotographerRob
Instagram and Twitter: @photogrobsd
Email: rob@photog-rob.com

Learn more about his connection to Chef Works on our blog: view here.