Juggling the demands of culinary instruction with those of running a restaurant is challenging, but there are perks, said Wilson Njenga, co-owner and chef of Caribbean Island restaurant on City Island in the Bronx, N.Y. Njenga also teaches at Monroe College in neighboring New Rochelle, N.Y. The school has served as a great recruiting source for interns and employees to work at his two-year-old restaurant.Njenga, 33, a native of Kenya and a graduate of Johnson & Wales University, studied ...

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