Dave Crofton and Dori Fern featured in Edible Brooklyn
ICE Alumni Round-Up
Catch up with ICE alumni in the weekly round-up.
Whether as restaurant chefs, chocolate makers, bread bakers or food writers, ICE alumni are finding success in a variety of different avenues in the food world. Check out just some of making recent headlines.
Dave Crofton (Pastry & Baking Arts, ’03) and his wife Dawn Casale, the owners of One Girl Cookies were profiled in the Winter 2012 issue of Edible Brooklyn.
Master butcher Ryan Farr (Culinary, ’10) just appeared on the "Martha Show," in conjunction with the publication of his new book, Whole Beast Butchery.
Recipe developer and blogger Sarah Copeland’s (Culinary ’02) first book, "The Newlywed Cookbook," was released at the end of December.
Marissa Goldberg (Culinary, '08) wrote an article in SELF magazine on healthy holiday trifles.
Dori Fern (Culinary, '11) won the recent Edible Brooklyn Latke Recipe Contest and then competed against 15 chefs at BAM on Dec. 19 in the Second Annual Latke Festival.
Peter Shelsky (Culinary, '02), and his business Shelsky's Smoked Fish were featured in a New York Times piece on the resurging popularity of herring.
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Every student experience at ICE is unique and reflects the student’s individual background, experience and talent. The experience of particular students illustrated here may differ from your own.