From the Sumner School District:
A three-course Chef Dinner will be prepared and served by Bonney Lake High School students and teacher Kahale Ahina, working alongside professional chef Russell Lowell in a special event on Jan. 10.
In 1994, Mr. Ahina met and worked for Chef Lowell where he began his culinary career. Learn more about Lowell and his Eastside restaurants on his website.
The students are enrolled in the school’s culinary arts class, which is aligned with the ProStart® program, created and sponsored by the National Restaurant Association. This two-year high school program prepares students for careers in the food service industry through academic and workplace experiences.
Students in the BLHS Culinary Arts program learn skills in the culinary arts area in our state-of-the art instructional kitchen. The program introduces basic skills in our foods courses and then progresses on to Food Preparation and Culinary Arts for more advanced work. Students also learn food service concepts such as customer relations, accounting, food cost controls and marketing.
Lowell is the owner and Executive Chef of Russell Lowell Catering and two of Seattle’s most celebrated restaurants: The Garden Café at Molback’s, in Woodinville, and Russell’s, a rustic yet elegant restaurant nestled in the North Creek of Bothell. Chef Lowell is a strong supporter of Washington farms, wineries and going green.
Chef Dinner Details
Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. on Thurs., January 10, 2013 at Bonney Lake High School
Tickets: $25; no tickets at the door; all tickets will be pre-sold.
Contact Bonney Lake High School at 253.891.5700, to reserve your spot!