Thursday, December 9, 2010

181 Palmer Makes the 50 Foodie Faves List in Charleston Magazine!

In its December Food & Wine issue, Charleston Magazine selected 50 categories for the city's "Foodie Faves." Only in operation for two years, 181 Palmer has already made its mark, taking a spot on the list as "Best Bang for the Buck:"

"A three-course lunch served by a well-trained staff in a modern dining room—all for just $15? That earns an “A” in our book. Under chef/instructor Scott Stefanelli, the student-run restaurant at the Culinary Institute of Charleston’s downtown campus gives diners an opportunity to “splurge” on smart American cuisine while allowing students hands-on experience. Dates fluctuate with the semester, and reservations are required. Culinary Institute of Charleston, 66 Columbus St., (843) 820-5087, "


Tuesday, December 7, 2010

CIC at Palmer Wins Architectural Woodworking Institute’s Award of Excellence

LS3P ASSOCIATES LTD., architects for both The Culinary Institute of Charleston's Main and Palmer Campuses, reports that the Palmer Campus won the Architectural Woodworking Institute’s Award of Excellence and was featured on the cover of its magazine. To see the online copy, go to:
“Flip” the pages to page 10. Click on the page to zoom in and out.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Retail Bakeshop Final Projects

Chef Vagasky's Retail Bakeshop class created their final projects: Yum Yum's Cakes and Cones, Divine Decadents, and Rolling Dough: A Bagel Moment.