HYDE PARK N.Y. —Given the popularity of television cooking shows and chef competitions, The Culinary Institute of America is throwing its toque in the reality TV arena. For the first time in its 60-year history, the CIA, based here, is allowing cameras into its classrooms and giving the general public a close-up view of life on the 150-acre campus and its more than 40 kitchens and bakeshops. —Given the popularity of television cooking shows and chef ...
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