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Cooking Under the Umbrian Sun

Sarah Ritchey, a standout student at the American Academy of Culinary Arts is having an internship one can only dream of. She is studying in Orvieto, Italy at the Istituto Di Arte Culinaria. She is in the historic center of Orvieto at a 300 year old farmhouse in a region once Read More

Chefs: Career Facts and Statistics

If you have a true passion for cooking and crafting new recipes, why not consider a career in the culinary arts. Opportunities abound. In Pennsylvania alone, over 24,000 restaurants offer work to chefs at all levels of experience. Beyond the restaurant, chefs can work in a multitude of industries, including special Read More

Slide Show: Recipes from the American Academy of Culinary Arts

Students at PTI’s American Academy of Culinary Arts study a variety of cooking techniques, regional styles, and, of course, recipes for all occasions. Put on the toque of our Pittsburgh culinary arts students and sample recipes you can use as appetizers or finger food for events or entertaining. Read More

How to Start a Career in Culinary Arts

  The culinary arts present young men and women today with an irresistible draw. Food is an integral part of life, and for many, it is also a passion. Just as people love to eat delicious meals, others love to immerse themselves in the preparation of fresh ingredients and creation Read More

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Culinary Seniors Showcase Talents

Three Culinary Seniors from the American Academy of Culinary Arts showcased their talents in the senior graduation event Saturday. Sarah Ritchey, Shaun Thompson, and Fa Pham created, cooked and presented dishes of their own design to an admiring crowd of family and guests.