Monday, September 24, 2012

Culinary Arts Club Meeting

Students; don't forget.  The culinary arts club is meeting on Thursday, September 27 at 2:00 PM in room G 105.
come help determine the future of the club.
Chef Bartosh

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

A Few of My Favorite Things

A few of my favorite things, all in one bowl of goodness.
Buttered and peppered fettuccine.
Shrimp, bacon, onion and mushrooms.
Shrimp Veloute.

                                                                 Mmmmmm good.

Until next time.
Happy cooking and eating.
Chef Leslie Bartosh

Friday, September 14, 2012

Alvin Culinary Arts Club

The Alvin Culinary Arts Club has set up a new Facebook page.
I hope you will visit and like us.
Please feel free follow along this year as the club grows.
Best regards,
Chef Leslie Bartosh

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

ACC Culinary Arts Club

It is time to reorganize the Alvin Community College Culinary Arts Club.  Last year was the first year for the club.  This year it is time for the club to seek new and higher ground.
If you are interested in participating in the club or just want to find out more information; join us for a meeting on Thursday 9/12/12 at 2:00 PM in room G 105.
What the club does and becomes is up to you!

ACC Culinary Arts Scam

Scammers are currently going around and soliciting donations for the Alvin Community College Culinary Arts program.  They are requesting funds for a trip to Europe and to buy books to be donated to a hospital.
Please do not support them.
There are not, and never have been, plans for the Culinary Arts program to visit Europe or to buy and donate books to a hospital.
If someone should approach you regarding a donation to the culinary arts program please give me a call at 281.756.3949.
I apologize if you have already been approached by these scammers.
Chef Leslie Bartosh,
Alvin Community College

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Flat bread

An Asian inspired flat bread made with whole wheat flour, and a roll in of scallions, cumin seed and coarse ground black pepper.  Spicy.  Was a good accompaniment to Greek style grilled chicken and couscous. 

Until next time:
Happy Cooking and Eating
Chef Leslie Bartosh



You will be missed.
When I failed, you offered encouragement.
When I succeeded, you celebrated as if it were your own accomplishment.
You always offered, advice, encouragement and unconditional love, without hesitation.
As the last few weeks went by, I hoped we would be able to have one last shrimp boil.
Unfortunately, that was not to be.
This weekend, we assembled some of the family and had that shrimp boil in your memory.
So, Dad, this is for you!

Wishing you eternal peace.
Your son