HYDE PARK N.Y. —The Culinary Institute of America here has received what it is calling the largest gift in the history of culinary education, $35 million pledged by a Texas philanthropist to build a new CIA facility in San Antonio. The campus, to be called the Center for Foods of the Americas, will promote Latin American cuisines in the U.S. foodservice industry, the Hyde Park-based college said. It called San Antonio the “gateway to Mexico,” and said a pilot program ...

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