The New York Times features Miguel Trinidad, Zach Kutsher and James Sato
ICE Alumni Round-Up
Whether as chefs, cake decorators, specialty food purveyors or caterers, ICEalumni are finding success in a plethora of positions in the food world. Check out just some of the alumni making recent headlines.
Sophia Brivio (Culinary, ’09) of The Well Seasoned Chef was seen on the "Rachael Ray Show" in a What’s For Dinner segment in early November.
Salt Water Farm owner Annemarie Ahearn (Culinary/Management, ’05) was profiled on the Good Food Jobs blog.
BoBartlett’s (Culinary Arts/Culinary Management, ’04) Daphne Baking Company line of gourmet tarts was featured on QVC.
The new restaurant Maharlika from Miguel Trinidad (Culinary, ’07) was featured in The New York Times.
Zach Kutsher (Management, ’09) recently opened Kutsher’s Tribeca, a new spin on his family’s Catskill resort. The opening was featured in the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
Elisa Strauss (Pastry, ’01) is directing the new cake decorating program at Make. The store’s opening was featured in the New York Post.
Chuko, the new ramen restaurant from three Morimoto alumni, including James Sato (Culinary, ’03), was reviewed in The New York Times.
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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.